Abstract

We propose a quantum nondemolition measurement of photon-holes by electromagnetically-induced transparency schemes. Upon photon-hole arrival the destructive interference of electron transition amplitudes is destroyed, resulting in absorption of a drive photon preserving the photon-hole state.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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