Resonance fluorescence spectrum of a three-level atom driven by coherent and stochastic fields
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The dressed-state populations and the resonance fluorescence spectrum of a V-type three-level atom driven by a strong coherent field and a weak stochastic one simultaneously are investigated. There can be significant population inversion due to the effect of the stochastic field. The atomic resonance fluorescence spectrum can be controlled by adjusting the frequency difference between the coherent field and the stochastic one and the coherent Rabi frequency. Peak suppression and line narrowing occur under appropriate conditions.
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