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Quantum Images from 4-Wave Mixing in Atomic Vapors

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Abstract

We have used four-wave mixing in hot atomic vapors to generate multi-spatial-mode entangled optical fields. I will review and discuss our recent progress in the construction of phase-sensitive and phase-insensitive amplifiers with this technique.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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