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A Microstructure Fiber Two Photon Source With Conjugate Laser Pumps

Published

Author(s)

Jingyun Fan, Alan L. Migdall, L Wang

Abstract

We present a systematic experimental study of generating correlated photon pairs using a reversed degenerate four-wave mixing process. By overlapping a pair of parallel- (or cross-) polarized laser pump pulses at conjugate frequencies in a microstructure fiber, parallel- or (cross-) polarized correlated photon pairs are generated at the middle frequency. The generation rate of correlated photons by four-wave mixing with parallel-polarized laser pumps in a 1.8 meter microstructure fiber is comparable or higher than that of a parametric down conversion process in a bulk-crystal at similar pump power levels.
Proceedings Title
Quantum Communications and Quantum Imaging
Conference Dates
July 31-August 4, 2005
Conference Title
SPIE

Keywords

conjugate frequency, four wave mixing, microstructure fiber

Citation

Fan, J. , Migdall, A. and Wang, L. (2005), A Microstructure Fiber Two Photon Source With Conjugate Laser Pumps, Quantum Communications and Quantum Imaging, [online], https://doi.org/10.1117/12.612732 (Accessed April 23, 2024)
Created August 25, 2005, Updated November 10, 2018