Dynamics of the Cavity Radiation of a Correlated Emis-sion Laser Coupled to a Two-Mode Thermal Reservoir
Keywords:stimulated emission, photon statistics, quadrature squeezing, spontaneous emission
In this paper, the quantum properties of the cavity light beam produced by a coherently driven nondegenerate three-level laser with an open cavity and coupled to a two-mode thermal reservoir are thoroughly analyzed. We have carried out our analysis by putting the noise operators associated with the thermal reservoir in normal order. Here we discussed more the effect of thermal light and the spontaneous emission on the dynamics of the quantum processes. It is found that the maximum degree of intracavity squeezing 43% below the vacuum-state level. Moreover, the presence of thermal light leads to decrease the degree of entanglement.
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