A Homodyne Detector Integrated onto a Photonic Chip for Measuring Quantum States and Generating Random Numbers

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Description

Data output from experiment and theory sub projects around quantum enhanced sensors. Using quantum states of light to enhance optical measurement precision and accuracy.
Date made available5 Jan 2018
PublisherUniversity of Bristol

Research Output

  • 1 Article (Academic Journal)

A Homodyne Detector Integrated onto a Photonic Chip for Measuring Quantum States and Generating Random Numbers

Raffaelli, F., Ferranti, G., Mahler, D., Sibson, P., Kennard, J., Santamato, A., Sinclair, G., Bonneau, D., Matthews, J. & Thompson, M. G., 7 Feb 2018, In : Quantum Science and Technology. 3, 2, 9 p., 025003.

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    Raffaelli, F. (Creator), Ferranti, G. (Creator), Mahler, D. (Creator), Sibson, P. (Creator), Kennard, J. (Creator), Santamato, A. (Creator), Sinclair, G. (Creator), Bonneau, D. (Creator), Thompson, M. (Creator), Matthews, J. (Creator), Matthews, J. (Data Manager) (5 Jan 2018). A Homodyne Detector Integrated onto a Photonic Chip for Measuring Quantum States and Generating Random Numbers. University of Bristol. 10.5523/bris.2zoorhel0xbsr2dbosecymaocl