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Strain control of silicon-vacancy centers in diamond nanophotonic devices

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We present a nano-electromechanical platform for controlling optical transitions from spatially separated color centers in diamond waveguides. We use this technology to greatly suppress spectral diffusion and demonstrate entanglement between separate emitters.

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