Multiphoton Controllable Transport between Remote Resonators
AbstractWe develop a novel method for multiphoton controllable transport between remote resonators. Specifically, an auxiliary resonator is used to control the coherent long-range coupling of two spatially separated resonators, mediated by a coupled-resonator chain of arbitrary length. In this manner, an arbitrary multiphoton quantum state can be either transmitted through or reflected off the intermediate chain on demand, with very high fidelity. We find, on using a time-independent perturbative treatment, that quantum information leakage of an arbitrary Fock state is limited by two upper bounds, one for the transmitted case and the other for the reflected case. In principle, the two upper bounds can be made arbitrarily small, which is confirmed by numerical simulations. View Full-Text
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Qin, W.; Long, G. Multiphoton Controllable Transport between Remote Resonators. Entropy 2016, 18, 179.
Qin W, Long G. Multiphoton Controllable Transport between Remote Resonators. Entropy. 2016; 18(6):179.Chicago/Turabian Style
Qin, Wei; Long, Guilu. 2016. "Multiphoton Controllable Transport between Remote Resonators." Entropy 18, no. 6: 179.
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