Abstract

We propose theoretical schemes to deterministically generate both qubit and qutrit maximally entangled states of atoms by passing two Rb87 atoms through a high-Q bimode cavity successively. The atomic spontaneous decay is efficiently suppressed because of large atom-cavity detuning in our schemes. Strict numerical simulation shows that, although the cavity decay exists unavoidably, our proposal is good enough to generate atomic maximal entanglements with high fidelity and within the current experimental technologies.

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