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All-Optical Switch and Transistor Gated by One Stored Photon

The realization of an all-optical transistor where one 'gate' photon controls a 'source' light beam, is a long-standing goal in optics. By stopping a light pulse in an atomic ensemble contained inside an optical resonator, we realize a device in which one stored gate photon controls the resonator tr... Full description

Journal Title: arXiv.org Jan 14, 2014
Main Author: Chen, Wenlan
Other Authors: Beck, Kristin , Bücker, Robert , Gullans, Michael , Lukin, Mikhail , Tanji-Suzuki, Haruka , Vuletić, Vladan
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title: All-Optical Switch and Transistor Gated by One Stored Photon
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  • Chen, Wenlan
  • Beck, Kristin
  • Bücker, Robert
  • Gullans, Michael
  • Lukin, Mikhail
  • Tanji-Suzuki, Haruka
  • Vuletić, Vladan
subjects:
  • Transistors
  • Photons
  • Photonics
  • Attenuation
  • Light Beams
  • Optical Resonators
  • Entanglement
  • Optical Switching
  • Retrieval
  • Atomic Physics
  • Optics
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description: The realization of an all-optical transistor where one 'gate' photon controls a 'source' light beam, is a long-standing goal in optics. By stopping a light pulse in an atomic ensemble contained inside an optical resonator, we realize a device in which one stored gate photon controls the resonator transmission of subsequently applied source photons. A weak gate pulse induces bimodal transmission distribution, corresponding to zero and one gate photons. One stored gate photon produces fivefold source attenuation, and can be retrieved from the atomic ensemble after switching more than one source photon. Without retrieval, one stored gate photon can switch several hundred source photons. With improved storage and retrieval efficiency, our work may enable various new applications, including photonic quantum gates, and deterministic multiphoton entanglement.
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abstractThe realization of an all-optical transistor where one 'gate' photon controls a 'source' light beam, is a long-standing goal in optics. By stopping a light pulse in an atomic ensemble contained inside an optical resonator, we realize a device in which one stored gate photon controls the resonator transmission of subsequently applied source photons. A weak gate pulse induces bimodal transmission distribution, corresponding to zero and one gate photons. One stored gate photon produces fivefold source attenuation, and can be retrieved from the atomic ensemble after switching more than one source photon. Without retrieval, one stored gate photon can switch several hundred source photons. With improved storage and retrieval efficiency, our work may enable various new applications, including photonic quantum gates, and deterministic multiphoton entanglement.
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