Urbasi Sinha, Surya Narayan Sahoo, Ashutosh Singh, Kaushik Joarder, Rishab Chatterjee and Sanchari Chakraborti
Exploring and extending the promise of quantum technologies requires the ability to work with single quantum objects—especially photons. Here’s a look at the range of single-photon-source technologies available, and how and where they work.
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Publish Date: 01 September 2019
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