Electromagnetically induced transparency-based slow and stored light in warm atoms
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CitationNovikova, I., R.L. Walsworth, and Y. Xiao. 2011. “Electromagnetically Induced Transparency-Based Slow and Stored Light in Warm Atoms.” Laser & Photonics Reviews 6 (3) (September 20): 333–353. doi:10.1002/lpor.201100021.
AbstractThis paper reviews recent efforts to realize a high-efficiency memory for optical pulses using slow and stored light based on electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT) in ensembles of warm atoms in vapor cells. After a brief summary of basic continuous-wave and dynamic EIT properties, studies using weak classical signal pulses in optically dense coherent media are discussed, including optimization strategies for stored light efficiency and pulse-shape control, and modification of EIT and slow/stored light spectral properties due to atomic motion. Quantum memory demonstrations using both single photons and pulses of squeezed light are then reviewed. Finally a brief comparison with other approaches is presented.
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