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Abstract: We report a theoretical study of Anderson localization of nonclassical lightwith emphasis on the quantum statistical aspects of localized light. Wedemonstrate, from the variance in mean intensity of localized light, as well assite-to-site correlations, that the localized light carries signatures ofquantum statistics of input light. For comparison, we also present results forinput light with coherent field statistics and thermal field statistics. Ourresults show that there is an enhancement in fluctuations of localized lightdue to the medium-s disorder. We also find superbunching of the localizedlight, which may be useful for enhancing the interaction between radiation andmatter. Another important consequence of sub-Poissonian statistics of theincoming light is to quench the total fluctuations at the output. Finally, wecompare the effects of Gaussian and Rectangular distributions for the disorder,and show that Gaussian disorder accelerates the localization of light.



Autor: Clinton Thompson, Gautam Vemuri, G.S. Agarwal

Fuente: https://arxiv.org/







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