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  • All-Optical Switching in Rubidium Vapor Science

    Apr 29, 2005· We report on an all-optical switch that operates at low light levels. It consists of laser beams counterpropagating through a warm rubidium vapor that induce an off-axis optical pattern. A switching laser beam causes this pattern to rotate even when the power in the switching beam is much lower than the power in the pattern. The observed switching energy density is very low, suggesting

  • All-Optical Switching in Rubidium Vapor Science

    switching beam, suggests that the switch might operate at the single-photon level with sys-tem optimization such as changing the pump-beam size or vapor cell geometry (17). Our experimental setup consists of a weak switching beam that controls the direction of laser beams emerging from a warm laser-pumped rubidium vapor. Two pump laser

  • All-Optical Switching in Rubidium Vapor

    All-Optical Switching in Rubidium Vapor Andrew M. C. Dawes, Lucas Illing, Susan M. Clark, Daniel J. Gauthier* We report on an all-optical switch that operates at low light levels. It consists of laser beams counterpropagating through a warm rubidium vapor that in-duce an off-axis optical pattern. A switching laser beam causes this pattern to

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  • (PDF) Applied physics: All-optical switching in rubidium vapor

    We report on an all-optical switch that operates at low light levels. It consists of laser beams counterpropagating through a warm rubidium vapor that induce an off-axis optical pattern.

  • All-optical switching in rubidium vapor. Abstract

    We report on an all-optical switch that operates at low light levels. It consists of laser beams counterpropagating through a warm rubidium vapor that induce an off-axis optical pattern. A switching laser beam causes this pattern to rotate even when the power in the switching beam is much lower than the power in the pattern.

  • Ultra-low-light-level all-optical switching

    All-optical switching in rubidium vapor Andrew M. C. Dawes, Lucas Illing, Susan M. Clark, and Daniel J. Gauthier* Duke University, Department of Physics, Box 90305, Durham, North Carolina 27708,

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  • All-optical switching in rubidium vapor. Abstract

    We report on an all-optical switch that operates at low light levels. It consists of laser beams counterpropagating through a warm rubidium vapor that induce an off-axis optical pattern. A switching laser beam causes this pattern to rotate even when the power in the switching

  • Ultra-low-light-level all-optical switching

    All-optical switching in rubidium vapor Andrew M. C. Dawes, Lucas Illing, Susan M. Clark, and Daniel J. Gauthier* Duke University, Department of Physics, Box 90305, Durham, North Carolina 27708, USA Summary Sentence: We realize an optical switch

  • All-Optical Switching in Rubidium Vapor CORE

    Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): arxiv.org/pdf/nlin/0506 (external link)

  • Pattern-based optical memory with low power switching in

    Mar 15, 2013· 1. Introduction. Transverse optical patterns resulting from resonant light propagation in atomic gases, rubidium vapor in particular, are well-known phenomena,,,, .The mechanisms for

  • Physics Optical switching with cold atoms

    May 18, 2009· A recent review of this approach shows that a pattern-based device implemented in rubidium vapor may not be able to operate below ∼ 400 switch photons, and requires ∼ 2000 switch

  • All-optical switching

    We can operate the switch with a switching beam containing as few as 2700 photons. Our goal is to optimize the experiment and achieve few-photon switching. NEWS: Our paper on " All-optical switching in rubidium vapor

  • Multi-pathway all-optical wavelength conversion switching

    switching and routing via four- and six-wave mixing in hot rubidium vapour To cite this article: Gang Wang et al 2014 Laser Phys. 24 035201 View the article online for updates and enhancements. Related content Efficient light storage with reduced energy loss via nonlinear compensation in rubidium vapor

  • Pattern based optical memory in rubidium vapor

    tensity. In more recent work switching between transverse optical patterns in rubidium vapor using very low powers has been documented (Dawes, Il-ling, Clark & Gauthier, 2005). The switching mechanism used in this case, is to implement an additional low intensity beam in rubidium vapor

  • USING TRANSVERSE OPTICAL PATTERNS FOR ULTRA-LOW

    warm rubidium vapor. These beams induce a nonlinear optical instability that gives rise to mirrorless parametric self-oscillation and generates light in the state of polar-

  • Slow light via four-wave mixing in a hot rubidium vapour

    rubidium vapor Gang Wang, Wei Zhou, Hong-Li Chen et al.-Multi-pathway all-optical wavelength conversion switching and routing via four-and six-wave mixing in hot rubidium vapour Gang Wang,

  • All-Optical Switching in Rubidium Vapor CORE

    Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): arxiv.org/pdf/nlin/0506 (external link)

  • Switching light on and off -- with just a few photons

    Gaeta's group exploited the unusual property of the element rubidium, which can absorb photons only if two photons of certain wavelengths arrive at the same time. They filled a hollow-core optical fiber with rubidium vapor

  • Physics Optical switching with cold atoms

    May 18, 2009· A recent review of this approach shows that a pattern-based device implemented in rubidium vapor may not be able to operate below ∼ 400 switch photons, and requires ∼ 2000 switch

  • Andrew M.C. Dawes

    Rubidium vapor switching. Two counterpropagating beams in rubidium vapor can induce patterns that are very sensitive to external perturbations. We've demonstrated an all-optical switch that can be

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  • Using Transverse Optical Patterns for Ultra-Low-Light All

    The all-optical switch consists of a pair of light beams that counterpropagate through warm rubidium vapor. These beams induce a nonlinear optical instability that gives rise to mirrorless parametric self

  • Duke 'All-Optical' Switch Could Advance Light-Based

    Apr 28, 2005· This interaction between the light and the rubidium atoms triggers an instability that creates two additional beams. When these secondary beams are projected on a screen, they form an optical pattern. That pattern, consisting of a pair of spots, can be rotated to a new alignment when a third "switching" beam is passed through the rubidium vapor.

  • Enhanced light‐vapor interactions and all optical

    Oct 19, 2016· Enhanced light‐vapor interactions and all optical switching in a chip scale micro‐ring resonator coupled with atomic vapor. the resonant coupling of rubidium vapor and an atomic cladding micro ring resonator is experimentally demonstrated. The coupled system of micro‐ring resonator and atomic vapor

  • High-speed modulation in ladder transitions in Rb atoms

    High-speed modulation in ladder transitions in Rb atoms using high-pressure buffer gas Subramanian Krishnamurthy, 1 Y. Wang, Y. Tu, S. Tseng, and M. S. Shahriar1,2,* 1Department of EECS,

  • OSA All-optical microdisk switch using EIT

    We present theoretical results of a low-loss all-optical switch based on electromagnetically induced transparency and the quantum Zeno effect in a microdisk resonator. We show that a control beam can modify the atomic absorption of the evanescent field which suppresses the cavity field buildup and alters the path of a weak signal beam. We predict more than 35 dB of switching

  • Wide-bandwidth adjustable Q-switch based on Rubidium vapor

    A sealed leucosapphire cell containing rubidium vapor was used as an effective Q switching element for a flash lamp pumped Nd:YAG laser. The control of the laser parameters such as output energy, pulse length, and repetition rate by simple vapor

  • Optically controlled waveplate at a telecom wavelength

    using a tapered nano fiber embedded in a vapor cell, this system can be used to realize an ultra-low power all-optical switch as well as a Quantum Zeno Effect based all-optical logic gate by combining it

  • Pattern based optical memory in rubidium vapor

    tensity. In more recent work switching between transverse optical patterns in rubidium vapor using very low powers has been documented (Dawes, Il-ling, Clark & Gauthier, 2005). The switching mechanism used in this case, is to implement an additional low intensity beam in rubidium vapor

  • Optical Pumping of Rubidium Vapor

    2.1. Optical Pumping of Rubidium Vapor We investigated the radio-frequency transitions in Rb87 and Rb85. Rubidium is an alkali metal atom that has a 2S 1/2 ground state and 2 P 1/2 and 2 3/2 excited

  • All-Optical Switching in Rubidium Vapor CORE

    Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): arxiv.org/pdf/nlin/0506 (external link)

  • Slow light via four-wave mixing in a hot rubidium vapour

    rubidium vapor Gang Wang, Wei Zhou, Hong-Li Chen et al.-Multi-pathway all-optical wavelength conversion switching and routing via four-and six-wave mixing in hot rubidium vapour Gang Wang,

  • Andrew M.C. Dawes

    Rubidium vapor switching. Two counterpropagating beams in rubidium vapor can induce patterns that are very sensitive to external perturbations. We've demonstrated an all-optical switch that can be

  • Physics Optical switching with cold atoms

    May 18, 2009· A recent review of this approach shows that a pattern-based device implemented in rubidium vapor may not be able to operate below ∼ 400 switch photons, and requires ∼ 2000 switch

  • Enhanced light‐vapor interactions and all optical

    Oct 19, 2016· Enhanced light‐vapor interactions and all optical switching in a chip scale micro‐ring resonator coupled with atomic vapor. the resonant coupling of rubidium vapor and an atomic cladding micro ring resonator is experimentally demonstrated. The coupled system of micro‐ring resonator and atomic vapor

  • Using Transverse Optical Patterns for Ultra-Low-Light All

    The all-optical switch consists of a pair of light beams that counterpropagate through warm rubidium vapor. These beams induce a nonlinear optical instability that gives rise to mirrorless parametric self