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Raman-noise limit on squeezing in continuous-wave four-wave mixing

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Abstract

The continuous-time quantum theory of self-phase modulation (SPM) in lossless, dispersionless, single-mode fiber requires a nonzero response time, to capture the classical SPM limit properly, and an accompanying Raman noise, to ensure commutator preservation. The continuous-wave, four-wave mixing limit of this theory is shown to harbor a Raman-noise limit on fiber-based squeezed-state generation.

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