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By E. H. Fooks

This e-book offers a grounding in microstrip circuits and seeks to enhance reader's wisdom from uncomplicated transmission concept to microwave sub-systems. easy proofs are supplied whereas protecting an emphasis at the actual standpoint. labored examples, facts and layout curves, end-of-chapter difficulties and chosen references are integrated all through.

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Sopt (ω) is below the shot-noise limit whenever S XoutY (ω) ∞ = 0 (see Eqs. 9)), and one gets significant squeezing at low frequencies, well below the mechanical resonance, where the optomechanical cavity becomes fully equivalent to a Kerr medium, as witnessed also by the fact that φopt (ω) is constant in this frequency band. This equivalence is lost close to and above the mechanical resonance, where squeezing vanishes because Re {χ M (ω)} ∼ S XoutY (ω) ∼ 0, and the optimal phase shows a large variation.

If we wish to measure the energy of a mechanical resonator we must find an interaction Hamiltonian that is at least quadratic in the mechanical amplitude. A number of schemes have been proposed, including trapped atoms in a standing wave [26] and a nanomechanical resonator coupled to a Cooper pair box qubit in the dispersive regime [27]. In opto-mechanics a dielectric membrane placed at the antinode of a cavity standing wave shifts the cavity frequency proportional to the square of the mechanical displacement of the membrane from equilibrium [23].

In our discussion these will be primarily entangled states, which are generated either in steady state under a continuous drive field, or in a regime involving short pulses of light. 1 Light Mirror Entanglement in Steady State Entanglement of a mechanical oscillator with light has been predicted in a number of theoretical studies [8, 70–78] and would be an intriguing demonstration of optomechanics in the quantum regime. These studies, as well as similar ones investigating entanglement among several mechanical oscillators [79–87], explore entanglement in the steady-state regime.

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