Quantum Coherent Optical Properties of Probe and Control Fields in Electromagnetically Induced Transparency
Abstract: The equation of motion of the density matrix of a three-level EIT (electromagnetically induced transparency) atomic system is solved and the behavior of dispersion of the nine density matrix elements is presented. The general optical response of the electric permittivity corresponding to both the probe and the control fields is addressed based on the numerical results of the equation of motion of the density matrix. The probe and the control fields are treated in the same way, in which the influence of the probe field on the control field (and vice versa) is considered. The optical be- havior of controlling light with light can be a fundamental mechanism for new photonic and quantum optical device design.
文章引用: 姜新韵 , 徐子涵 , 沈建其 (2013) 电磁感应透明探针光与控制光量子相干光学特性分析。 现代物理， 3， 43-48. doi: 10.12677/MP.2013.31008
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