An all-optical feedback assisted steady state of an optomechanical array
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We explore the effect of all-optical feedback on the steady state dynamics of optomechanical arrays arising from various topologies. First we consider an array comprised of a pair of independent optomechanical cavities coupled reversibly via their optical modes. Next we consider an optomechanical network formed from coupling two optical modes with interactions mediated via a common mechanical mode. Finally we extend the analysis to a large network of N-coupled optomechanical systems. Our results show implementing an-all optical feedback loop in each arrangement can enhance the degree of steady state entanglement between inter cavity optical and mechanical modes.
Joshi , C , Akram , U & Milburn , G J 2014 , ' An all-optical feedback assisted steady state of an optomechanical array ' New Journal of Physics , vol 16 , 23009 . DOI: 10.1088/1367-2630/16/2/023009
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CJ acknowledges support from the ORS scheme. UA acknowledges support from the University of Queensland postdoctoral fellowship and grant. This work was supported by the Australian Research Council grant CE110001013.
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