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Some Ideas of Modulation Systems for Quantum Communications
Masao OSAKI Masao NAKAGAWA
Publication
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences
Vol.E76A
No.9
pp.14491457 Publication Date: 1993/09/25
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Print ISSN: 09168508 Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Section on Information Theory and Its Applications) Category: Keyword: squeezed light, squeezing spectrum, parametric amplification, optical bistability, detection phase,
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Summary:
A coherent communication system using squeezed light is one of candidates for a realization of superreliable systems. In order to design such a system, it is essential to understand and to analyze modulators mathematically. However, quantum noise of squeezed light has a colored spectrum which changes with respect to phase of a local laser. Therefore the optimization of the relationship between signal and quantum noise spectrums is required at a modulator to obtain the ultimate performance of the communication system. In this paper, some ideas of modulators for squeezed light are proposed and their spectrum transformations are given. After the brief summary of squeezed quantum noise, a new concept which originates from the restriction of the local laser phase is applied to it. This concept makes a problem originated from a colored quantum noise spectrum more serious. It results in the optimization problem for the relationship between the quantum noise spectrum and signal power spectrum. The solution of this problem is also given under the restriction of local laser phase. As a result, a general design theory for coherent communication system using the squeezed light is given.

