Shaping field correlation with entangled quantum antennas
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Boiko, Dmitri L.
Slepyan, Gregory Ya.
A quantum antenna can shape spatial entanglement of emitted photons originating from entangled states of antennas emitters. In contrast to the classical antenna, the quantum antenna can shape the second and higher order correlations without affecting amplitudes of the field. The shape and directivity of the correlations can be optimized using techniques of quantum state inference. Positive and negative correlated twin-photon, and multi-photon entangled states can be produced from the same antenna for different initial states of emitters.
2017 IEEE International Conference on Microwaves, Antennas, Communications and Electronic Systems (COMCAS), Tel-Aviv (Israel), pp. 1-3