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  • Quantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference
  • OSA Technical Digest (Optica Publishing Group, 1992),
  • paper QWA3

Twin beams and squeezing via optical fiber instabilities

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Abstract

Recent successful experiments on soliton squeezing have rekindled interest in optical fiber media for quantum noise studies.1 The phenomenon of modulational instability in the negative dispersion regime (λ > 1.3 µm) occurs when a quasi-continuous input wave becomes unstable to quantum fluctuations or external modulational perturbations, and generates a pair of sidebands that initially grow exponentially from quantum noise. Since the sidebands are typically detuned by terahertz (THz) from the pump, the effect of guided-acoustic-wave Brillouin scattering noise is reduced. This is an important requirement in order for potentially interesting quantum correlation phenomena to be experimentally observable.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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