Abstract

Multicolored multipartite entanglement is of great importance in quantum communication and quantum information networks. In this paper, we calculate the quantum fluctuations of the fundamental frequency pump beam and second-harmonic beams in a two-port frequency doubling resonator, and investigate the tripartite continuous-variable entanglement generated by this device for the first time, to our knowledge. The quantum correlation among fundamental frequency pump beam and two harmonic beams is studied using a necessary and sufficient criterion for Gaussian entanglement states, the positivity under partial transposition. It is found that two-color tripartite entanglement exists in a large range of pump intensities and analysis frequencies.

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