|Title||A broadband high spectral brightness fiber-based two-photon source|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2007|
|Authors||J. Fan, and A. L. Migdall|
|Keywords||2007, fibers, four-wave mixing, Nonlinear optics, Raman effect, Single Fellow|
After characterizing the Raman scattering in a fused silica polarization-maintaining microstructure optical fiber, we built a fiber-based two-photon light source of high spectral brightness, broad spectral range, and very low noise background at room temperature. The resulting bright low-noise two-photon light can be used for a number of quantum information applications.
A broadband high spectral brightness fiber-based two-photon source
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