Spectrally shaped and pulse-by-pulse multiplexed multimode squeezed states of lightTiphaine Kouadou, F. Sansavini, M. Ansquer, J. Henaff, N. Treps, V. Parigi
- Computer Networks and Communications
- Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics
Spectral- and time-multiplexing are currently explored to generate large multipartite quantum states of light for quantum technologies. In the continuous variable approach, the deterministic generation of scalable entangled states requires the generation of a scalable number of squeezed modes. Here, we demonstrate the simultaneous generation of 21 squeezed spectral modes at the repetition rate of our laser, i.e., 156 MHz. We exploit the full repetition rate and the pulse shaping of a femtosecond light source to combine, for the first time, frequency- and time-multiplexing in multimode squeezing. This paves the way for the implementation of multipartite entangled states that are both scalable and fully reconfigurable.