Quantum noise squeezing of CW light in tellurite glass fibres

Anashkina EA, Sorokin AA, Leuchs G, Andrianov AV (2021)

Publication Type: Journal article

Publication year: 2021


Book Volume: 30

Article Number: 104843

DOI: 10.1016/j.rinp.2021.104843


Light with suppressed quantum fluctuations is desirable for a lot of applications. There are several approaches to suppress a noise including Kerr squeezing in optical fibres. Silica fibres are commonly used for this purpose. Here we propose to use highly nonlinear tellurite glass fibres for Kerr squeezing of CW laser field and demonstrate by simulations in the framework of the stochastic generalized nonlinear Schrödinger equation the possibility of –20 dB noise suppression. In simulations, Raman terms and losses are switched on and switched off to find their contributions to the limits of squeezing. The analytical estimates without loss and with lumped loss are also given.

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Anashkina, E.A., Sorokin, A.A., Leuchs, G., & Andrianov, A.V. (2021). Quantum noise squeezing of CW light in tellurite glass fibres. Results in Physics, 30. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rinp.2021.104843


Anashkina, E. A., et al. "Quantum noise squeezing of CW light in tellurite glass fibres." Results in Physics 30 (2021).

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