Abstract

A general formulation of the fluorescence signal in frequency-modulated beams is given. Such a signal is shown to probe the two time-correlation functions of atomic-inversion operators. Explicit results for the modulated fluorescence are given for the two-level model under arbitrary conditions.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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