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Using quantum correlations and entanglement in continuous laser beams
Author(s): Hans A. Bachor
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Paper Abstract

Quantum correlations and entanglement are an important addition to the conventional properties of continuous laser beams. They allow us to avoid, at least in principle, the limitations imposed by quantum noise and they open new opportunities for the transfer and processing of quantum information. This manuscript reviews the state of art in the creation, detection of quantum correlations and entanglement, shows the analogy to the techniques based on single photons. It summarizes some of the recent advances in optical sensing and quantum information processing.

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Date Published: 22 May 2006
PDF: 16 pages
Proc. SPIE 6256, ICONO 2005: Ultrafast Phenomena and Physics of Superintense Laser Fields; Quantum and Atom Optics; Engineering of Quantum Information, 62560Y (22 May 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.682631
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Hans A. Bachor, The Australian National Univ. (Australia)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 6256:
ICONO 2005: Ultrafast Phenomena and Physics of Superintense Laser Fields; Quantum and Atom Optics; Engineering of Quantum Information
Hans A. Bachor; Andre D. Bandrauk; Paul B. Corkum; Markus Drescher; Mikhail Fedorov; Serge Haroche; Sergei Kilin; Alexander Sergienko, Editor(s)

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