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Spectral control of nonclassical light using an integrated thin-film lithium niobate modulator

  title={Spectral control of nonclassical light using an integrated thin-film lithium niobate modulator},
  author={Di Zhu and Changchen Chen and Mengjie Yu and Linbo Shao and Yaowen Hu and C. J. Xin and Matthew Yeh and Soumya and Ghosh and Lingyan He and Christian Reimer and Neil Sinclair and Franco N. C. Wong and Mian Zhang and Marko Lon{\vc}ar},
Di Zhu,1,2,†,∗ Changchen Chen,3,† Mengjie Yu,1,† Linbo Shao, Yaowen Hu, C. J. Xin, Matthew Yeh, Soumya Ghosh, Lingyan He, Christian Reimer, Neil Sinclair, Franco N. C. Wong, Mian Zhang, Marko Lončar1,∗ John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore 138634, Singapore 3 Research Laboratory of Electronics, Massachusetts Institute… 

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