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2022 ◽  
Vol 148 ◽  
pp. 107766
Hristo Kisov ◽  
Kiril Blagoev ◽  
Vani Tankova ◽  
Biliana Georgieva ◽  
Velichka Strijkova ◽  

2022 ◽  
Vol 8 (1) ◽  
Kfir Sulimany ◽  
Yaron Bromberg

AbstractPhotons occupying multiple spatial modes hold a great promise for implementing high-dimensional quantum communication. We use spontaneous four-wave mixing to generate multimode photon pairs in a few-mode fiber. We show the photons are correlated in the fiber mode basis using an all-fiber mode sorter. Our demonstration offers an essential building block for realizing high-dimensional quantum protocols based on standard, commercially available fibers, in an all-fiber configuration.

Olivia Zurita Miranda ◽  
Coralie Fourcade-Dutin ◽  
Frederic Fauquet ◽  
Frederic Darracq ◽  
Jean-Paul Guillet ◽  

Sudhakar S ◽  
Govindarajan Arjunan ◽  
Batri Krishnan ◽  
Lakshmanan Muthusamy

2022 ◽  
Vol 130 (3) ◽  
pp. 387
В.Н. Навныко

A system of coupled-wave equations for calculating the vector amplitudes of linearly polarized light waves at four-wave mixing by phase-amplitude holographic gratings in a cubic photorefractive semiconductor of an arbitrary cut belonging to the 4 ̅3m symmetry class is presented. The dependences of the intensities of the polarization components of the reversed light wave on the orientation angle for GaAs crystal of (110)-cut are calculated on the basis of the numerical solution of the system of coupled-wave equations. The obtained dependences are compared with the known theoretical and experimental data. It is shown that the best agreement between the results of theoretical modeling and experimental data at calculating the counterpropagating four-wave mixing in GaAs crystal of (110)-cut is achieved if formation of several phase-amplitude holographic gratings is allowed, and the contribution of the photoelastic and inverse piezoelectric effects are taken into account together with absorption of the crystal.

K. G. Tay ◽  
Noran Azizan Cholan ◽  
Nurul Anati Othman

Fiber optical parametric amplifier (FOPA) is operated based on energy transfer from pump waves to signal wave and at the end of the fiber, an idler wave is generated. This process is called four-wave mixing (FWM). Even though effects of higher-order dispersion coefficients, fiber length, fiber nonlinearity, fiber attenuation, pump powers, pump wavelength separation and distance of central pump wavelength with ZDW on gain profiles have been examined by previous researchers, but on different fiber or numerically studied using the Optisys system, analytical model or different amplitude equations. Thus, in this study, the above-mentioned parameters on the gain performance of dual pump fiber optical parametric amplifier (FOPA) using highly nonlinear shifted fiber (HNL-DSF) as a medium will be numerically investigated using ode45 function in Matlab. The gain at a certain wavelength can be obtained by solving 4 coupled amplitude equations with fiber loss and pump depletion that govern the four-wave mixing (FWM) process of pumps, signal and idler waves. Simulations results indicate positive gives poor or no gain, meanwhile, an addition of to negative widens the bandwidth, but there is no significant effect with the addition of . Besides, an increase of fiber length, nonlinearity and pump powers improve gain performance, but an increase of fiber loss decays the gain amplitude. Increment of pump separation will enhance flatness of gain at wavelength far from central wavelength but results in an increase of gain reduction at the central wavelength. Lastly, must be positive, not too small and not bigger than 1.125nm to get a high, broader and lesser ripples gain.

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