Electromagnetically Induced Transparency with Noisy Lasers

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Electromagnetically Induced Transparency with Noisy Lasers

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Title: Electromagnetically Induced Transparency with Noisy Lasers
Author: Walsworth, Ronald L.; Xiao, Yanhong; Wang, Tun; Baryakhtar, Maria; Van Camp, Mackenzie; Crescimanno, Michael; Hohensee, Michael; Jiang, Liang; Phillips, David Forrest; Lukin, Mikhail D.; Yelin, Susanne F.

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Citation: Xiao, Yanhong, Tun Wang, Maria Baryakhtar, Mackenzie Van Camp, Michael Crescimanno, Michael Hohensee, Liang Jiang, et al. 2009. Electromagnetically induced transparency with noisy lasers. Physical Review A 80(041805R).
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Abstract: We demonstrate and characterize two coherent phenomena that can mitigate the effects of laser phase noise for Electromagnetically Induced Transparency (EIT): a laser-power-broadening-resistant resonance in the transmitted intensity cross-correlation between EIT optical fields; and a resonant suppression of the conversion of laser phase noise to intensity noise when one-photon noise dominates over two-photon-detuning noise. Our experimental observations are in good agreement with both an intuitive physical picture and numerical calculations. The results have wide-ranging applications to spectroscopy, atomic clocks and magnetometers.
Published Version: doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.80.041805
Other Sources: http://www.cfa.harvard.edu/Walsworth/pdf/EIT-noise-PRA%28R%29.pdf
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Citable link to this page: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.InstRepos:4310832

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