Manipulation of multimode squeezing in a coupled waveguide array
Author(s)Rojas-Rojas, S.; Barriga, E.; Muñoz, C.; Solano, Pablo; Hermann-Avigliano, C.
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We present a scheme for generating and manipulating three-mode squeezed states with genuine tripartite entanglement by injecting single-mode squeezed light into an array of coupled optical waveguides. We explore the possibility to selectively generate single-mode squeezing or multimode squeezing at the output of an elliptical waveguide array, determined solely by the input light polarization. We study the effect of losses in the waveguide array and show that quantum correlations and squeezing are preserved for realistic parameters. Our results show that arrays of optical waveguides are suitable platforms for generating multimode quantum light, which could lead to novel applications in quantum metrology.
DepartmentMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Research Laboratory of Electronics
Physical Review A
American Physical Society
Rojas-Rojas, S., et al. “Manipulation of Multimode Squeezing in a Coupled Waveguide Array.” Physical Review A 100, 2 (August 2019): 023841. © 2019 American Physical Society
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