3 years ago

Cavity optomechanics with feedback--controlled in--loop light.

Stefano Zippilli, Massimiliano Rossi, Nenad Kralj, Giovanni Di Giuseppe, David Vitali

It has recently been shown [Rossi et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 119, 123603 (2017); ibid. 120, 073601 (2018)] that feedback--controlled in--loop light can be used to enhance the efficiency of optomechanical systems. We analyse the theoretical ground at the basis of this approach and explore its potentialities and limitations. We discuss the validity of the model, analyse the properties of in-loop cavities and we show how they can be used to observe coherent optomechanical oscillations also with weakly coupled system, improve the sideband cooling performance, and increase ponderomotive squeezing.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1806.02648

DOI: arXiv:1806.02648v2

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