Massive Generation Scheme for Controllable Entangled States by Mixing Two Coherent Beams with a Squeezed State
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In the two-cascade-placed beam splitter system, controllable entangled states can be conditionally generated with one squeezed light and two coherent lights. By measuring one photon in one of three output ports, an entangled quantum state can be generated in the remaining two ports. Using the Schmidt decomposition technique, we calculate the degree of entanglement, and maximize the degree of entanglement by adjusting the three input beams and the transmittances of the two beam splitters. The degree of entanglement can be easily adjusted by changing the relative phase angle of the input states.
KeywordsNonclassical light Squeezed state Entangled state Photonic state engineering
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This study was supported by the Basic Science Research Program through the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF), funded by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (NRF-2017R1D1A1B040 33018).
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