Lithographic Limit and Problems of Two-Photon Holograms in Quantum Optics: Application in Secured Communications
The application of coherence proprieties of bimodal field in quantum lithography and quantum holography is proposed. The coherence effect between the photons from Stokes and anti-Stokes waves generated in Raman lasing emission is established. The application of Stokes and anti-Stokes bimodal coherent field in lithography and holography are given in according with the definition of amplitude and phase of such entangled states of light. The optical scheme of holographic representation of object in bimodal representation is proposed.
Keywordsγ- and x-ray radiation Extended nuclei system Two-photon sources Cooperative emission
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