Abstract

We study a four-level double-Λ system with spontaneously generated coherence driven by a standing-wave coupling field. It is found that two well-developed photonic bandgaps with reflectivities of about 90% can be generated on the probe resonance in the presence of maximal spontaneously generated coherence. The induced double photonic bandgaps become, however, severely malformed when spontaneously generated coherence vanishes. Dynamic control of the double photonic bandgaps may be exploited to achieve a novel two-port double-channel routing scheme for weak light signals in quantum networks.

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