In quantum theory, light is made up of particles called photons. And the quantum properties of light are determined by the quantum state of light using creation and annihilation operators. Some of them are coherent state, chaotic state, squeezed state, and number state. From the all-quantum states of light, coherent states are the most important and frequently arise in quantum optics. Which is defined in terms of displacement operator, and it is an Eigen state of annihilation operator. Which can satisfy properties like completeness, the variance of photon number is equal to mean photon number, and it is not orthogonal [1-6]. The sub-harmonic generator is and well characterized optical devices in quantum optics. In which, a pump photon interacts with a nonlinear crystal inside a cavity and is down-converted into two highly correlated photons. If these photons have the same frequency, the device is called a single-mode sub-harmonic generator; otherwise, it is called a two-mode sub-harmonic generator [2,6-9].
The squeezing and statistical properties of light produced by sub-harmonic generation with the different quantum states of light have been investigates by several authors [10-14]. For sub-harmonic generation with first-order Hamiltonian, the mean photon number for signal-signal and signal idler modes are the same, and the maximum global quadrature squeezing of signal-signal or signal idler mode is 50% below vacuum-state level. In the interaction of sub-harmonic generation is with parametric amplification, the nonclassical properties and multi-mode process are investigates in a sprit of Mandel-Rice photon count formula.
In this work the statistical and squeezing properties of light produced by sub-harmonic generation with the two-mode coherent state. With the solution of the C-number Langevin equation in normal ordering, the quadretuare variance, quadrature squeezing, and photon statistics of the system is analyzed.
Under this section, we want to determine the interaction Hamiltonian of two-mode sub-harmonic generation coupled to a two-mode coherent state. The interaction Hamiltonian of the two-mode coherent state is given by;
And the interaction Hamiltonian of two-mode sub-harmonic generation is given as;
Using Eqs. (1) and (2) we can put the interaction Hamiltonian for two-mode sub-harmonic generation coupled to two-mode coherent state in the form of;
The diagrammatical description of the system is put as (Figure 1).
Figure 1: A non-degenerate sub-harmonic generator with the cavity mode driven by coherent light and coupled to two-mode vacuum reservoir.
Here we seek to find the equation of evolution of reduced density operator for cavity mode light produced by sub-harmonic generation with two-mode coherent light. Then the master equation for subharmonic generation with two-mode coherent state coupled to vacuum reservoir can putt as .
where k and
is cavity damping constant and density operator respectively. Using Eq. (3) into Eq. (4), we easily get
Eq. (5) is called as the master equation for two-mode sub-harmonic generation with two-mode coherent light.
Under this section, we seek to find c-number Langevin equation with the help of master equation. The time evolution operator in the Schrödinger picture can be put as
Substituting Eq. (5) into Eq. (6) we find
Or we can write this equation in short hand form as
Applying the cyclic properties of trace operator with commutation relation and rearranging in normal order form we can re set Eq. (9) as,
This can be simplified as
We easily get
V4 = 0 (20)
With help of Eqs. (15), (18), (19) and Eq. (20) we can put Eq. (8) in the form of
Replacing the operator by c number as and adding notice force (fα(t) & fb(t)) in which
Then the above equation takes the form
Following the same procedure we have
The solution of Eq. (24) can be takes the form of
After applying some mathematical procedure we can set
Similarly we have
The squeezing properties of two-mode cavity light can be given by plus and minus quadrature as
The two-mode light is said to be in a squeezed state if
. Then the variance can be calculated as,
With the help of Eq. (34) and arranging the Eq. (35) in normal order fashion, we gate
Changing the operators into a C-number variable, we can set the above equation as,
Finally, we can express the differentiation form of terms in Eq. (36) as
The solution for the above equation takes the form
Carrying out integration wrt and taking out both side under expectation value then we have
With similar procedure we find
Using Eq. (42) and (43) into Eq. (37) the quadretuare variance for system under consideration takes the form
From Eq. (43) and above figure, one can determine that the two- mode sub-harmonic generation with to two-mode coherent light is in a squeezed state and the Squeezing occurs in the plus quadretuare. And quadrature variance decrease as γ increase but, mean variance increase as kappa increase (Figure 2).
Figure 2: A plot of plus quadrature Variance versus γ for different values of kappa.
Here we calculate quadretuare squeezing with help of quadretuare variance which is given by
With the help of Eq. (45) and Eq. (43) we can set quadrature squeezing as
Figure 3 shows that quardature squeezing is inversely proportional with kappa and direct proportion to gamma. The less amount of kappa means the more squeezing occurs in the system.
Figure 3: A plot quadrature squeezing versus for different values of kappa.
The statistical properties of cavity light produced by two-mode sub-harmonic generation coupled to coherent light are solved by applying a C-number Langevin equation. Here we calculate the mean photon number and variance of photon number.
Mean photon number
The mean photon number for two-mode light is given as;
On account of Eq. (32) all expectation values can be calculated as
Using Eq. (50), (51) and (52) into Eq. (49) we can set the mean photon number for single-mode as
With help of Eq. (53) and (54) Eq. (47) takes the form
From Eq. (53)-(55) we can determine that the mean photon number for two-mode light is the sum individual mean photon number of single-mode lights. And Figure 4 shows the dependence of mean photon number on kappa, as kappa increase the mean photon number for system under consideration decreases.
Figure 4: A plot of mean photon number for different values of kappa.
Variance of photon number
The variance of two-mode light takes the form
The only unknown term is
Using Eqs. (58), (59), (60), (61), (62) and Eq. (63) into Eq. (57) we have
On account of Eq. (65), Eq. (57) takes the form
Eq. (65) is called as the variance of photon number for two- mode sub-harmonic generation coupled to two-mode coherent light.