Probing a Doubly Driven Two-Level Atom
A two-level system is driven by two strong fields, one on resonance and one close to resonance. There is a resonance-like response of the coupled atom-field system when the detuning of the second field is an integer fraction of the Rabi frequency of the resonant field. These subharmonic resonances are monitored by a transition to a third level and give a characteristic spectrum dominated by a series of doublets.
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|Source:||Journal of Optics B: Quantum and Semiclassical Optics|
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