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Title: The effect of periodic energy exchange in the frequency converter
Authors: Sebawe Abdalla, M.
. Colegrave, R. K
Keywords: large the effect of periodic photon exchange
Issue Date: 1988
Publisher: Physica A: Statistical and Theoretical Physics
Citation: Volume 151, Issues 2-3, August 1988, Pages 467-481
Abstract: The periodic exchange of photons between the signal and idler modes of the frequency converter is described by representing the two modes by out-of-phase pulsating harmonic oscillators. The pulsations may be represented by periodically varying mass parameters or alternatively, as in the present treatment, by varying frequencies. When the initial numbers of photons in the two modes are large the effect of periodic photon exchange is to induce an intermittent train of short-lived antibunched states. A rapidly varying squeezing is found in any minimum uncertainty state. The possibility of experimental verification is discussed
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/10901
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