3 years ago

Squeezing Enhances Quantum Synchronization.

Manas Mukherjee, Leong-Chuan Kwek, Vlatko Vedral, Sai Vinjanampathy, Sameer Sonar, Rosario Fazio, Michal Hajdušek

It is desirable to observe synchronization of quantum systems in the quantum regime, defined by low number of excitations and a highly non-classical steady state of the self-sustained oscillator. Several existing proposals of observing synchronization in the quantum regime suffer from the fact that the noise statistics overwhelms synchronization in this regime. Here we resolve this issue by driving a self-sustained oscillator with a squeezing Hamiltonian instead of a harmonic drive and analyze this system in the classical and quantum regime. We demonstrate that strong entrainment is possible for small values of squeezing, and in this regime the states are non-classical. Furthermore, we show that the quality of synchronization measured by the FWHM of the power spectrum is enhanced with squeezing.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.10383

DOI: arXiv:1801.10383v1

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