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Squeezing hots up

Squeezed light is useful for metrology and quantum information. An optomechanical squeezed light source that works at room temperature will facilitate the technological applications of quantum light.

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Fig. 1: Quantum noise in squeezed light.


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Xuereb, A. Squeezing hots up. Nat. Phys. 16, 710–711 (2020).

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