Reconfigurable multi-mode entanglement within one beam
New continuous variable quantum protocols such as cluster state computation  and quantum error correction  require an increasing number of modes to be entangled in a specific way. Conventionally, the entangled modes are carried by as many single mode beams [3, 4]. In order to produce entanglement, each beam of classical light first goes through a single mode optical parametric amplifier (OPA). This OPA reduces the variance of one of the quadratures of one mode of the electromagnetic field...[Show more]
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