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Physics  2009 

Demonstrating higher-order nonclassical effects by photon-added classical states: Realistic schemes

DOI: 10.1364/JOSAB.26.001363

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Detecting nonclassical properties that do not allow classical interpretation of photoelectric counting events is one of the crucial themes in quantum optics. Observation of individual nonclassical effects for a single-mode field, however, has been so far practically confined to sub-Poissonian statistics and quadrature squeezing. We show that a photon-added classical (coherent or thermal) state exhibits generalized nonclassical features in all orders of creation and annihilation operators, thereby becoming a promising candidate for studying higher-order nonclassical effects. Our analysis demonstrates robustness of these effects against nonideal experimental conditions.


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