Quantum Electronics

  title={Quantum Electronics},
  author={Arnold L. Bloom},
Progress in Quantum Electronics.J. H. Sanders and K. W. H. Stevens. Vol. 1. Pp. vii + 374. (Pergamon: Oxford and New York, December 1971.) £7. 

Photonic Qubits for Quantum Communication Exploiting photon-pair correlations; from theory to applications

For any communication, the conveyed information must be carried by some physical system. If this system is a quantum system rather than a classical one, its behavior will be governed by the laws of

Quantum interrogation logic gates

The starting point will be a photon to particle quantum interrogation CZ gate, from which three families of optical CNOT gates will be derived, which can work with probabilities arbitrarily close to 1.

Quantum theory of coherence and nonlinear optics

We review the beginning stage of quantum theory of coherence and research at the Palacky University in quantum and nonlinear optics related to quantum state reconstruction, generalized superposition

Terahertz quantum cascade lasers

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  • Physics
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An overview of terahertz quantum cascade lasers based on resonant-phonon depopulation is presented. Limiting mechanisms for high-temperature operation are discussed.

A New Interpretation of Two-Photon Entangled Experiments via Quantum Mirrors

In this paper the coherence and crossing symmetry of the electromagnetic interaction of photons involved in the spontaneous parametric down conversion (SPDC) phenomena in nonlinear crystals, are

Engineering large-scale entanglement in the quantum optical frequency comb

We report on experimental progress toward scaling our recent 60-entangled-qumode experiment [1] to thousands of qumodes in the quantum optical frequency comb. We present a model which predicts that

Quantum networks based on cavity QED

The primary experimental goals are to demonstrate quantum state mapping from storage/processing media to transmission media, and to investigate a nanotechnology paradigm for cavity QED that would involve the integration of magnetic microtraps with photonic bandgap structures.

Two-photon diffraction and quantum lithography.

Utilizing the entangled nature of a two-photon state, the experimental results have beaten the classical diffraction limit by a factor of 2 and are a quantum mechanical two- photon phenomenon but not a violation of the uncertainty principle.

Coherent state preparation and observation of Rabi oscillations in a single molecule

We report the observation of up to 5 Rabi cycles in a single molecule. A π-pulse excitation is achieved with 500 photons, marking an important step towards preparation of coherent superposition

Multi-terabit per second cross gain modulation in quantum dot amplifiers via excited state lasing

A method of exploiting just the fast intra-dot relaxation in quantum dots for signal processing is examined. Simulations showing 2.5 Tb/s signal processing and a flat frequency response illustrate