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Non-Classical Formulation of Photon Energy for the Degenerate Parametric Oscillator

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We have analyzed photon statistics and quadrature squeezing of the signal mode produced by one-mode subharmonic generator. It is found that the mean photon energy of the signal mode is twice of a twin signal light beam. And the energy fluctuations of the two signal light beams are four times that of one of the signal light beams. We have also shown that the photon energy quadrature squeezing of the output signal mode is exactly equal to that of the cavity signal mode. In light of this, the global quadrature squeezing of the signal mode is independent of the mean photon energy. On the basis of the above results, the quantum analysis of a one-mode sub-harmonic generating system should somehow be modified.

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Belete, S. (2014) Non-Classical Formulation of Photon Energy for the Degenerate Parametric Oscillator. Journal of Modern Physics, 5, 1473-1482. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2014.515149.

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