Abstract

Quasi Bell states are introduced as a result of superposition of two-mode separable nonlinear coherent states. In this paper, we consider the nonlinearity function related to the harmonious states. To evaluate the effectiveness of these states in quantum information theory, nonclassical properties such as photon statistics, squeezing, and entanglement are studied. The entanglement of these states is examined by calculating the concurrence. According to our calculations, three of the introduced states are maximally entangled states. In addition, the cross-correlation function of the three maximally entangled states is less than 1 for all values of |α|2.

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