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Written by Alan Migdall   
Saturday, 23 January 2010 23:34

We have a program to advance single photon detector technology. One effort adresses the problem of photon counting deadtime which can significant limit the maximum count that a detector can operate. To get around this problem we have developed a scheme multiplexes a number of detectors by an optical switch that remembers which detectors have fired last and directs incoming photons to a detector that is live. This scheme allows a the detector system to operate as much higher count rates than is possible with a single detector.

 
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Coalescence of Single Photons Emitted by Disparate Single-Photon Sources: The Example of InAs Quantum Dots and Parametric Down-Conversion Sources

S. V. Polyakov, A. Muller, Edward B. Flagg, A. Ling, N. Borjemscaia, E. Van Keuren, A. Migdall, and G. S. Solomon

Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 157402 (2011)

 

Interference of Single Photons from Two Separate Semiconductor Quantum Dots

E. B. Flagg, A. Muller, S. V. Polyakov, A. Ling, A. Migdall, and G. S. Solomon

Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 137401 (2010)

 

 

 

 


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