By Emil Wolf
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Later, Santori, Fattal, and Yamamoto (2010) published a book on single-photon devices and applications. We show an example of a single-photon source from the work of Santori, Fattal, Vuckovic, Solomon, and Yamamoto (2004). The source sample contained self-assembled InAs quantum dots (about 25 μm2) embedded in GaAs and sandwiched between distributed Bragg reflector mirrors, grown by molecular beam epitaxy. 3 to 5 μm and heights of 5 μm were fabricated in a random distribution by chemically assisted ion beam etching.
From Treussart et al. (2001). Quantum State Engineering 29 molecule per 10 μm2 into a 30-nm-thick thin polymer film (PMMA). The fluorescence light from the single molecule, centered at 570 nm, was nonresonantly excited at 532 nm with femtosecond pulses generated by a frequency-doubled Ti:sapphire laser, and collected by a scanning confocal optical microscope, at room temperature. Photon statistics was also studied finding indication of sub-Poissonian statistics. 8 up to 300 K was carried out, immobilizing the molecules in a quasiperiodical optical λ/2 microresonator and using confocal microscopy (Steiner, Hartschuh, Korlacki, & Meixner, 2007).
The work toward a single-photon source in the visible range using a single trapped ion placed in a cavity was described by Pinkse, Fischer, Maunz, and Rempe (2000) who reported high-finesse optical cavity experiments in which the change in transmission induced by a single slow atom approaching the cavity triggers an external feedback switch which traps the atom in a light field containing about one photon on average. The source was modified (Kuhn, Hennrich, & Rempe, 2002) still employing the emission of single photons from a single three-level atom (Rb) strongly coupled to a highfinesse cavity.
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