Abstract

In this paper, we follow the model presented in our previous work [J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 30, 1109 (2013)], in which the interaction between a Λ-type three-level atom and a quantized two-mode radiation field in a cavity in the presence of nonlinearities was studied. After giving a brief review of the procedure for obtaining the state vector of the atom-field system, we investigated some further interesting and important physical features of the whole system state, which are of particular interest to the quantum optics field of research, i.e., the number-phase entropic uncertainty relation (based on the two-mode Pegg–Barnett formalism) and a few of the nonclassicality signs that consist of sub-Poissonian statistics, Cauchy–Schwartz inequality, and two types of squeezing phenomena. During our presentation, the effects of intensity-dependent coupling, deformed Kerr medium, and the detuning parameters on the depth and domain of each of the mentioned nonclassical criteria of the considered quantum system are described in detail. The results show that each of the mentioned nonclassicality aspects can be obtained by appropriately choosing the related parameters.

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