Each end of the single-photon source structure is coupled to precisely engineered suspended nano-beam waveguides and out-coupling gratings. The increased coupling efficiency from the quantum dot to the waveguide relies on the strong suppression of radiation modes together with an enhanced coupling into the waveguide mode. This makes it very robust to spatial and spectral dispersity meaning that the quantum dots are efficiently coupled.
The Cryostation s100 provides an automated and controlled cryogenic envirnment for quantum research applications. The robust and compact tabletop design integrates into any lab, ensuring a simple and flexible setup.
The Cryo-Optic add-on provides an integrated high NA (0.75) objective for undetectable optical drift. The horizontal design simplifies experimental setup.
- Multi-photon generation
- Single-photon nonlinear optics and quantum gates
- Chiral quantum optics
- Fundamental quantum optics
- Photonic quantum networks