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Observation of multimode quantum correlations in fiber optical solitons

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Spalter, S., Korolkova, N., Konig, F., Sizmann, A., & Leuchs, G. (1998). Observation of multimode quantum correlations in fiber optical solitons. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 81(4), 786-789. doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.81.786.

Cite as: https://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-0002-97FD-7
Quantum correlations of photon numbers in different spectral components
of ultrashort optical solitons have been observed experimentally. These
correlations an crucial for the understanding and characterization of
the internal quantum structure of soliton pulses and contribute
significantly to soliton squeezing by spectral filtering. The accessible
information on the nonclassical state of the correlated spectral
components is discussed with the example of two modes. The method may be
generalized to obtain a complete quantum description of a multimode
field. [S0031-9007(98)06700-3].