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November 10, 2020 // By Nick Flaherty
9GHz squeezed light detector boosts quantum photonics
Teams at Bristol and the south of France have developed a detector for integrated quantum photonics that operates at 9GHz to handle squeezed light.

now we've begun integrating the interface between quantum photonics and electrical readout. This is needed for the whole quantum architecture to work efficiently. For homodyne detection, the chip-scale approach results in a device with a tiny footprint for mass-manufacture, and importantly it provides a boost in performance," said Professor Jonathan Matthews, who directed the project.


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