Electromagnetic noise and quantum optical measurements  hc.

Hermann A. Haus

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  • 1. Maxwell's Equations, Power, and Energy.- 1.1 Maxwell's Field Equations.- 1.2 Poynting's Theorem.- 1.3 Energy and Power Relations and Symmetry of the Tensor.- 1.4 Uniqueness Theorem.- 1.5 The Complex Maxwell's Equations.- 1.6 Operations with Complex Vectors.- 1.7 The Complex Poynting Theorem.- 1.8 The Reciprocity Theorem.- 1.9 Summary.- Problems.- Solutions.- 2. Waveguides and Resonators.- 2.1 The Fundamental Equations of Homogeneous Isotropic Waveguides.- 2.2 Transverse Electromagnetic Waves.- 2.3 Transverse Magnetic Waves.- 2.4 Transverse Electric Waves.- 2.4.1 Mode Expansions.- 2.5 Energy, Power, and Energy Velocity.- 2.5.1 The Energy Theorem.- 2.5.2 Energy Velocity and Group Velocity.- 2.5.3 Energy Relations for Waveguide Modes.- 2.5.4 A Perturbation Example.- 2.6 The Modes of a Closed Cavity.- 2.7 Real Character of Eigenvalues and Orthogonality of Modes.- 2.8 Electromagnetic Field Inside a Closed Cavity with Sources.- 2.9 Analysis of Open Cavity.- 2.10 Open Cavity with Single Input.- 2.10.1 The Resonator and the Energy Theorem.- 2.10.2 Perturbation Theory and the Generic Form of the Impedance Expression.- 2.11 Reciprocal Multiports.- 2.12 Simple Model of Resonator.- 2.13 Coupling Between Two Resonators.- 2.14 Summary.- Problems.- Solutions.- 3. Diffraction, Dielectric Waveguides, Optical Fibers, and the Kerr Effect.- 3.1 Free-Space Propagation and Diffraction.- 3.2 Modes in a Cylindrical Piecewise Uniform Dielectric.- 3.3 Approximate Approach.- 3.4 Perturbation Theory.- 3.5 Propagation Along a Dispersive Fiber.- 3.6 Solution of the Dispersion Equation for a Gaussian Pulse.- 3.7 Propagation of a Polarized Wave in an Isotropic Kerr Medium.- 3.7.1 Circular Polarization.- 3.8 Summary.- Problems.- Solutions.- 4. Shot Noise and Thermal Noise.- 4.1 The Spectrum of Shot Noise.- 4.2 The Probability Distribution of Shot Noise Events.- 4.3 Thermal Noise in Waveguides and Transmission Lines.- 4.4 The Noise of a Lossless Resonator.- 4.5 The Noise of a Lossy Resonator.- 4.6 Langevin Sources in a Waveguide with Loss.- 4.7 Lossy Linear Multiports at Thermal Equilibrium.- 4.8 The Probability Distribution of Photons at Thermal Equilibrium.- 4.9 Gaussian Amplitude Distribution of Thermal Excitations.- 4.10 Summary.- Problems.- Solutions.- 5. Linear Noisy Multiports.- 5.1 Available and Exchangeable Power from a Source.- 5.2 The Stationary Values of the Power Delivered by a Noisy Multiport and the Characteristic Noise Matrix.- 5.3 The Characteristic Noise Matrix in the Admittance Representation Applied to a Field Effect Transistor.- 5.4 Transformations of the Characteristic Noise Matrix.- 5.5 Simplified Generic Forms of the Characteristic Noise Matrix.- 5.6 Noise Measure of an Amplifier.- 5.6.1 Exchangeable Power.- 5.6.2 Noise Figure.- 5.6.3 Exchangeable Power Gain.- 5.6.4 The Noise Measure and Its Optimum Value.- 5.7 The Noise Measure in Terms of Incident and Reflected Waves.- 5.7.1 The Exchangeable Power Gain.- 5.7.2 Excess Noise Figure.- 5.8 Realization of Optimum Noise Performance.- 5.9 Cascading of Amplifiers.- 5.10 Summary.- Problems.- Solutions.- 6. Quantum Theory of Waveguides and Resonators.- 6.1 Quantum Theory of the Harmonic Oscillator.- 6.2 Annihilation and Creation Operators.- 6.3 Coherent States of the Electric Field.- 6.4 Commutator Brackets, Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle and Noise.- 6.5 Quantum Theory of an Open Resonator.- 6.6 Quantization of Excitations on a Single-Mode Waveguide.- 6.7 Quantum Theory of Waveguides with Loss.- 6.8 The Quantum Noise of an Amplifier with a Perfectly Inverted Medium.- 6.9 The Quantum Noise of an Imperfectly Inverted Amplifier Medium.- 6.10 Noise in a Fiber with Loss Compensated by Gain.- 6.11 The Lossy Resonator and the Laser Below Threshold.- 6.12 Summary.- Problems.- Solutions.- 7. Classical and Quantum Analysis of Phase-Insensitive Systems.- 7.1 Renormalization of the Creation and Annihilation Operators.- 7.2 Linear Lossless Multiports in the Classical and Quantum Domains.- 7.3 Comparison of the Schrodinger and Heisenberg Formulations of Lossless Linear Multiports.- 7.4 The Schrodinger Formulation and Entangled States.- 7.5 Transformation of Coherent States.- 7.6 Characteristic Functions and Probability Distributions.- 7.6.1 Coherent State.- 7.6.2 Bose-Einstein Distribution.- 7.7 Two-Dimensional Characteristic Functions and the Wigner Distribution.- 7.8 The Schrodinger Cat State and Its Wigner Distribution.- 7.9 Passive and Active Multiports.- 7.10 Optimum Noise Measure of a Quantum Network.- 7.11 Summary.- Problems.- Solutions.- 8. Detection.- 8.1 Classical Description of Shot Noise and Heterodyne Detection.- 8.2 Balanced Detection.- 8.3 Quantum Description of Direct Detection.- 8.4 Quantum Theory of Balanced Heterodyne Detection.- 8.5 Linearized Analysis of Heterodyne Detection.- 8.6 Heterodyne Detection of a Multimodal Signal.- 8.7 Heterodyne Detection with Finite Response Time of Detector.- 8.8 The Noise Penalty of a Simultaneous Measurement of Two Noncommuting Observables.- 8.9 Summary.- Problems.- Solutions.- 9. Photon Probability Distributions and Bit-Error Rate of a Channel with Optical Preamplification.- 9.1 Moment Generating Functions.- 9.1.1 Poisson Distribution.- 9.1.2 Bose-Einstein Distribution.- 9.1.3 Composite Processes.- 9.2 Statistics of Attenuation.- 9.3 Statistics of Optical Preamplification with Perfect Inversion.- 9.4 Statistics of Optical Preamplification with Incomplete Inversion.- 9.5 Bit-Error Rate with Optical Preamplification.- 9.5.1 Narrow-Band Filter, Polarized Signal, and Noise.- 9.5.2 Broadband Filter, Unpolarized Signal.- 9.6 Negentropy and Information.- 9.7 The Noise Figure of Optical Amplifiers.- 9.8 Summary.- Problems.- Solutions.- 10. Solitons and Long-Distance Fiber Communications.- 10.1 The Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation.- 10.2 The First-Order Soliton.- 10.3 Properties of Solitons.- 10.4 Perturbation Theory of Solitons.- 10.5 Amplifier Noise and the Gordon-Haus Effect.- 10.6 Control Filters.- 10.7 Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifiers and the Effect of Lumped Gain.- 10.8 Polarization.- 10.9 Continuum Generation by Soliton Perturbation.- 10.10 Summary.- Problems.- Solutions.- 11. Phase-Sensitive Amplification and Squeezing.- 11.1 Classical Analysis of Parametric Amplification.- 11.2 Quantum Analysis of Parametric Amplification.- 11.3 The Nondegenerate Parametric Amplifier as a Model of a Linear Phase-Insensitive Amplifier.- 11.4 Classical Analysis of Degenerate Parametric Amplifier.- 11.5 Quantum Analysis of Degenerate Parametric Amplifier.- 11.6 Squeezed Vacuum and Its Homodyne Detection.- 11.7 Phase Measurement with Squeezed Vacuum.- 11.8 The Laser Resonator Above Threshold.- 11.9 The Fluctuations of the Photon Number.- 11.10 The Schawlow-Townes Linewidth.- 11.11 Squeezed Radiation from an Ideal Laser.- 11.12 Summary.- Problems.- Solutions.- 12. Squeezing in Fibers.- 12.1 Quantization of Nonlinear Waveguide.- 12.2 The x Representation of Operators.- 12.3 The Quantized Equation of Motion of the Kerr Effect in the x Representation.- 12.4 Squeezing.- 12.5 Generation of Squeezed Vacuum with a Nonlinear Interferometer.- 12.6 Squeezing Experiment.- 12.7 Guided-Acoustic-Wave Brillouin Scattering.- 12.8 Phase Measurement Below the Shot Noise Level.- 12.9 Generation of Schrodinger Cat State via Kerr Effect.- 12.10 Summary.- Problems.- Solutions.- 13. Quantum Theory of Solitons and Squeezing.- 13.1 The Hamiltonian and Equations of Motion of a Dispersive Waveguide.- 13.2 The Quantized Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation and Its Linearization.- 13.3 Soliton Perturbations Projected by the Adjoint.- 13.4 Renormalization of the Soliton Operators.- 13.5 Measurement of Operators.- 13.6 Phase Measurement with Soliton-like Pulses.- 13.7 Soliton Squeezing in a Fiber.- 13.8 Summary.- Problems.- Solutions.- 14. Quantum Nondemolition Measurements and the "Collapse" of the Wave Function.- 14.1 General Properties of a QND Measurement.- 14.2 A QND Measurement of Photon Number.- 14.3 "Which Path" Experiment.- 14.4 The "Collapse" of the Density Matrix.- 14.5 Two Quantum Nondemolition Measurements in Cascade.- 14.6 The Schrodinger Cat Thought Experiment.- 14.7 Summary.- Problems.- Solutions.- Epilogue.- Appendices.- A.1 Phase Velocity and Group Velocity of a Gaussian Beam.- A.2 The Hermite Gaussians and Their Defining Equation.- A.2.1 The Defining Equation of Hermite Gaussians.- A.2.2 Orthogonality Property of Hermite Gaussian Modes.- A.2.3 The Generating Function and Convolutions of Hermite Gaussians.- A.3 Recursion Relations of Bessel Functions.- A.4 Brief Review of Statistical Function Theory.- A.5 The Different Normalizations of Field Amplitudes and of Annihilation Operators.- A.5.1 Normalization of Classical Field Amplitudes.- A.5.2 Normalization of Quantum Operators.- A.6 Two Alternative Expressions for the Nyquist Source.- A.7 Wave Functions and Operators in the n Representation.- A.8 Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle.- A.9 The Quantized Open-Resonator Equations.- A.10 Density Matrix and Characteristic Functions.- A.10.1 Example 1. Density Matrix of Bose-Einstein State.- A.10.2 Example 2. Density Matrix of Coherent State.- A.11 Photon States and Beam Splitters.- A.12 The Baker-Hausdorff Theorem.- A.12.1 Theorem 1.- A.12.2 Theorem 2.- A.12.3 Matrix Form of Theorem 1.- A.12.4 Matrix Form of Theorem 2.- A.13 The Wigner Function of Position and Momentum.- A.14 The Spectrum of Non-Return-to-Zero Messages.- A.15 Various Transforms of Hyperbolic Secants.- A.16 The Noise Sources Derived from a Lossless Multiport with Suppressed Terminals.- A.17 The Noise Sources of an Active System Derived from Suppression of Ports.- A.19 The Heisenberg Equation in the Presence of Dispersion.- References.

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書名 Electromagnetic noise and quantum optical measurements
著作者等 Haus, Hermann A.
シリーズ名 Advanced texts in physics
巻冊次 hc.
出版元 Springer
刊行年月 c2000
版表示 Softcover version of original hardcover edition 2000
ページ数 xv, 562 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 3540652728
NCID BA48451465
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言語 英語
出版国 ドイツ