Abstract

A novel fiber-based scheme for generating quadrature entanglement between a specific pair of frequency bands is proposed. The scheme is based on use of a nonlinear fiber, a spectral pulse shaper, and an adaptive feedback loop. It is numerically predicted that at least -5 dB of the quadrature entanglement will be created by preparation of an appropriate initial phase spectrum. Optimal control of the four-wave mixing terms of the Kerr Hamiltonian is crucial for improvement of the entanglement.

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