Tunable quantum and statistical features of the two-mode radiation generated by a correlated emission laser injected with squeezed radiation
Department of Physics, Jimma University, P. O. Box 378, Jimma, Ethiopia
Accepted: 9 December 2020
Published online: 12 January 2021
The role of phase fluctuation on the quantum and statistical features of the two-mode radiation produced by a correlated emission laser which is externally injected with squeezed radiation is discussed. The considered atoms are prepared in the ground and excited states with equal probabilities before being injected into the laser cavity, and an external coherent field generates the atomic coherence that leads to the non-classical features in the quantum system. A non-degenerate parametric amplifier is also introduced into the laser cavity which is coupled to a two-mode squeezed environment. It is found that the quantum and statistical properties are very sensitive to and highly altered by the phase fluctuation when the strength of the external coherent field is weak. On the contrary, the external coherent field entirely overcomes the influence of phase fluctuation for the amplitude of the external coherent field that lies in the strong pumping regime so that the strength of squeezing and entanglement, and photon statistics of the two-mode radiation are not substantially affected by the phase fluctuation.
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