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Squeezing of classical noise by nondegenerate four-wave mixing in an optical fiber

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Abstract

Nondegenerate four-wave mixing in an optical fiber is shown to attenuate one quadrature of random sideband fluctuations created by external modulators. A theory of the nonlinear interaction that includes nonlinear dispersion fits the results. Analogous experiments on quantum noise inputs should prove successful.

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