Based on a newly developed general quantum theory of nonlinear optical pulse propagation, the influences of the self-Raman effect and third-order dispersion on the achievable squeezing ratio in squeezing experiments with optical fibers at both the 1.3- and 1.55-μm wavelengths are studied. In the presence of these effects, squeezing still survives, but the achievable squeezing will reach a limit as the propagation distance increases. Temperature dependence of the squeezing ratio is also examined.
© 1995 Optical Society of America
Shinn-Sheng Yu and Yinchieh Lai, "Impacts of the self-Raman effect and third-order dispersion on pulse-squeezed state generation using optical fibers," J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 12, 2340-2346 (1995)