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Quantum Effects Observed in Optomechanical System

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BERKELEY, Calif., Aug. 21, 2012 — The first direct observations of distinctly quantum optical effects — amplification and squeezing — have been recorded in an optomechanical system. The step forward points the way to low-power quantum optical devices and enhanced detection of gravitational waves, among other applications. Berkeley Lab researchers directly observed quantum optical effects — amplification and ponderomotive squeezing — in an optomechanical system. Here the yellow/red regions show amplification; the blue regions show squeezing. On the left is the data, and on the right is the...Read full article

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