Squeezed states of light II

IBM Almaden Research Center showed for the first time that squeezing in an optical fiber is possible over a broad range of frequencies. This broad bandwidth squeezing is important for the phenomenon to be useful in improving the precision of fine measurement devices such as gyroscopes and gravity wave detectors.

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Squeezed states of light II

IBM Almaden Research Center showed for the first time that squeezing in an optical fiber is possible over a broad range of frequencies. This broad bandwidth squeezing is important for the phenomenon to be useful in improving the precision of fine measurement devices such as gyroscopes and gravity wave detectors.

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