Simulation and Comparison Possibility of Cavity Quantum Systems at Different Levels in Various Regimes, Coupled with the Fock and Coherent Initial Conditions

  • Mehdi Hassani Keleshtery Photonic Research Laboratory of Amir kabir University of Technology and Lorestan University http://orcid.org/0000-0002-0783-0985
  • Ali Mir Lorestan University
  • Hassan Kaatuzian Photonic Research Laboratory of Amir kabir University of Technology

Abstract

In this article, we have given the size of the coupling constant, a system of quantum electro-dynamics in weak coupling regime, strong and very strong case our analysis and simulation. Also by choosing the type of quantum system and the electrical field of the electromagnetic wave, the size of Rabi frequency to the extent that we are less than excited states and photons in the cavity decay rate is. In this case, the interaction between the quantum system and electromagnetic field coupling regime is weak. It is one of the properties of quantum light emitting modes of the cavity modes can be in resonance with each other, resulting in a sudden increase in the spontaneous emission rate, causing a sharp peak in the density of the spontaneous emission spectrum. The nature of this regime leads to appropriate in light production applications, such as it is possible to increase efficiency, reduce the threshold lasers emitting light in alignment with the vertical cavity structure light emitting diodes noted. Also property is listed under the regime of entangled photons is used in the production of instant. While this research, the rotating wave approximation is used in this context, survival and annihilation operators of photons Sinusoidal behavior.

 

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Published
2015-12-21
How to Cite
Hassani Keleshtery, M., Mir, A., & Kaatuzian, H. (2015). Simulation and Comparison Possibility of Cavity Quantum Systems at Different Levels in Various Regimes, Coupled with the Fock and Coherent Initial Conditions. Majlesi Journal of Telecommunication Devices, 4(4). Retrieved from http://journals.iaumajlesi.ac.ir/td/index/index.php/td/article/view/287
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