We theoretically reveal the potential of the parallelism of squeezed state generation by nonlinear pulse propagation in an optical fiber. Starting from a nonlinear Schrödinger equation coupling with phonon modes that cause Raman noise, we develop a multimode quantum theory of nonlinear propagation in an optical fiber. Based on our proposed method, we numerically simulate fiber nonlinear propagation in two conditions: solitonlike and zero-group-delay-dispersion (zero-GVD) propagation. As a result, we find that zero-GVD propagation enables the large-scale parallel generation of squeezed states relative to solitonlike propagation owing to the broadband phase matching of the four-wave mixing process.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics