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On-chip squeezed light could improve sensors

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A microchip-based way to create squeezed light could assist a range of precision measurements and provide a viable route toward real-world on-chip sensor applications and technology. Monitoring a mechanical object’s motion, even with a touch as gentle as that of light, fundamentally alters its dynamics. Squeezed light, with its quantum fluctuations below that of the vacuum field, was proposed nearly three decades ago as a way of overcoming the standard quantum limits in precision force measurements. Squeezed light was recently generated in a system of ultracold gas-phase...Read full article

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