We consider two micromasers coupled in series by sharing a common pumping atomic beam. Quantum correlation between the two spatially separated fields arises as atomic coherence is transferred from the first to the second cavity.
KeywordsQuantum Correlation Interference Fringe Atomic Beam Atomic Coherence Average Photon Number
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