Christoph Marquardt, Dmitry Strekalov, Josef Fürst, Michael Förtsch and Gerd Leuchs
Whispering gallery resonators made from crystalline materials are compact, stable and highly tunable. These versatile devices can produce light in the classical and quantum domains, showing promise for applications in spectroscopy, metrology and quantum information schemes.
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Publish Date: 01 July 2013
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