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Transmission across non-Hermitian $\mathcal{P}\mathcal{T}$-symmetric quantum dots and ladders

@inproceedings{Soori2022TransmissionAN,
  title={Transmission across non-Hermitian \$\mathcal\{P\}\mathcal\{T\}\$-symmetric quantum dots and ladders},
  author={Abhiram Soori and M. Sivakumar and V. Subrahmanyam},
  year={2022}
}
We propose a model and study the scattering across a non-Hermitian PT -symmetric two-level quantum dot (QD) connected to two semi-infinite one-dimensional lattices. Aharonov-Bohm type phases are included in the model, which arise from magnetic fluxes ( (cid:126) φ L /e, (cid:126) φ R /e ) through two loops in the system. We focus on the case φ L = φ R , for which the probability current is conserved. We find that the transmission across the QD can be perfect in the PT -unbroken phase… 

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