Two-time correlators for propagating squeezed microwave fields in transients

  title={Two-time correlators for propagating squeezed microwave fields in transients},
  author={J. Atalaya and M. Khezri and A. Korotkov},
  journal={Physical Review A},
We analyze two-time correlators as the most natural characteristic of a propagating quadrature-squeezed field in the transient regime. The considered system is a parametrically driven resonator with a time-dependent drive. Using a semiclassical approach derived from the input-output theory, we develop a technique for calculation of the two-time correlators, which are directly related to fluctuations of the measured integrated signal. While in the steady state the correlators are determined by… Expand
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