Quantum and classical binomial distributions for the charge transmitted through coherent conductor
We discuss controversial results for the statistics of charge transport through coherent conductors. Two distribution functions for the charge transmitted was obtained previously, one actually coincides with classical binomial distribution, the other is different, and we call it here quantum binomial distribution. We show that high-order charge correlators, determined by the either distribution functions, all can be measured in different setups. The high-order current correlators, starting with the third order, reveal (missed in previous studies) special oscillating frequency dependence on the scale of the inverted time flight from the obstacle to the measuring point. Depending on setup, the oscillating terms give substantially different contributions.
PACS numbers05.60.Gg 72.10.Bg
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