Higher-Order Squeezing and Generalized Uncertainty Relations in Non-Degenerate Parametric Down Conversion

  • Xizeng Li
  • Baoxia Su
Conference paper


The concept of higher-order squeezing of single-mode quantum electromagnetic field was first introduced and applied to degenerate parametric down conversion by Hong and Mandel in 1985.1,2 Lately Xizeng Li and Ying Shan have calculated the higher-order squeezing in the process of degenerate four wave mixing3, and present the higher-order uncertainty relations in single-mode squeezed states4. As a natural generalizaton of Hong and Mandel’s work, we introduced the theory of higher-order squeezing of the quantum fields and the generalized uncertainty relations in two-mode squeezed state in 19945. In this paper we study the higher-order squeezing of the quantum field and the generalized uncertainty relations in non-degenerate parametric down conversion (NDPDC) by means of the above theory.


Uncertainty Relation Signal Wave Heisenberg Picture Initial Quantum Idle Wave 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Xizeng Li
    • 1
  • Baoxia Su
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Applied PhysicsTianjin UniversityTianjinP.R. China

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