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Active Multiplexing of Spectrally Engineered Heralded Single Photons in an Integrated Fibre Architecture

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Active Multiplexing of Spectrally Engineered Heralded Single Photons in an Integrated Fibre Architecture
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Active Multiplexing of Spectrally Engineered Heralded Single Photons in an Integrated Fibre Architecture
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  • Supervisor's Foreword -- Abstract -- Publication ListRobert J.A. Francis-Jones, Rowan A.Hoggarth and Peter J. Mosley, All-fibre multiplexed source of high-purity single photons, Optica, 3(11), pp. 1270-1273 (2016).Robert J.A. Francis-Jones and Peter J. Mosley, Characterisation of longitudinal variation in photonic crystal fibre, Optics Express, 24(22), pp. 24863-24845 (2016).Robert J.A. Francis-Jones and Peter J. Mosley, An all-fibre low-noise source of pure heralded single photons, In Preparation (2016).Robert J.A. Francis-Jones, -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Acronyms -- Mathematical Variables -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 What Is a Photon? -- 1.1.1 Indistinguishability and Hong-Ou-Mandel Interference -- 1.2 Methods of Single Photon Generation -- 1.2.1 Single Emitter Sources -- 1.2.2 Heralded Single Photon Sources -- 1.3 Multiplexing: A Route to Deterministic Operation -- 1.4 Thesis Outline -- References -- 2 Photon Pair Generation via Four-Wave Mixing in Photonic Crystal Fibres -- 2.1 Overview -- 2.2 Photon Pair Generation in Photonic Crystal Fibres -- 2.3 Spectral Engineering of the Two-Photon State -- 2.4 Reduced State Spectral Purity: Schmidt Decomposition -- 2.5 Photon Number Statistics -- 2.5.1 Raman Scattering -- 2.5.2 Degree of Heralded Second Order Coherence -- 2.5.3 Degree of Marginal Second Order Coherence -- References -- 3 Numerical Modelling of Multiplexed Photon Pair Sources -- 3.1 Overview -- 3.2 The Building Blocks -- 3.2.1 Pair Generation -- 3.2.2 Detection -- 3.2.3 Metrics and Measurements -- 3.3 Spatial Multiplexing -- 3.3.1 Simulation Results and Discussion -- 3.4 Temporal Loop Multiplexing -- 3.4.1 Simulation Results and Discussion -- 3.5 Conclusion -- References -- 4 Design, Fabrication, and Characterisation of PCFs for Photon Pair Generation -- 4.1 Overview -- 4.2 Photonic Crystal Fibre Design and Fabrication
  • 4.2.1 Simulation and Design -- 4.2.2 PCF Fabrication and Characterisation -- 4.3 Measuring the Joint Spectral Intensity Distribution -- 4.3.1 Stimulated Emission Tomography of FWM -- 4.4 The Effect of PCF Inhomogeneity on the Reduced State Purity -- 4.4.1 Numerical Reconstruction of Inhomogeneous PCFs -- 4.4.2 The Final Fibres -- 4.5 Conclusions -- References -- 5 Construction of an Integrated Fibre Source of Heralded Single Photons -- 5.1 Overview -- 5.2 Photonic Bandgap Fibre Filter Design and Fabrication -- 5.3 Component Assembly and Splicing -- 5.3.1 PCF-SMF Splicing -- 5.3.2 PBGF-SMF Splicing -- 5.3.3 Assembly of the Photon Pair Source -- 5.4 Detection and Coincidence Counting Electronics -- 5.5 Optical Switch Integration -- References -- 6 Characterisation of a Multiplexed Photon Pair Source -- 6.1 Overview -- 6.2 Characterisation of the Coincidence Count Rates -- 6.2.1 Coincidence Counting and Coincidence-to-Accidentals -- 6.2.2 Experimental Results: Coincidences and CAR -- 6.2.3 Experimental Results: Source 2 Noise Gating -- 6.3 Characterisation of the Second Order Coherence -- 6.3.1 Experimental Results: Marginal Second Order Coherence -- 6.3.2 Experimental Results: Heralded Second Order Coherence -- 6.4 Summary of Source Performance and Potential Improvements -- 6.5 Conclusions -- References -- 7 Conclusion -- 7.1 Summary -- 7.2 Future Outlook -- 7.2.1 Photon Pair Generation in Fibres -- 7.2.2 Multiplexed Photon Pair Sources -- References
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