Nondeterministic noiseless amplification of optical signals: a review of recent experiments
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Linear amplifiers necessarily introduce a minimal amount of noise, as required by Heisenberg's relation in quantum mechanics. Such a limitation could be overcome when considering nondeterminsitic processes, heralded by a trigger event. Here we present a review of implementations of this technique, which have recently appeared in the literature.
Laser Physics Letters
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Quantum Information, Computation and Communication
Quantum Physics not elsewhere classified