A two-level quantum emitter with broken inversion symmetry driven by external monochromatic high-frequency electromagnetic (e.g. laser) field and damped by squeezed vacuum reservoir with finite bandwidth was studied. The squeezed vacuum field source is assumed to be a degenerate parametric oscillator (DPO). It was shown that low-frequency fluorescence spectrum of the emitter can be effectively shaped by controlling the effective pump amplitude, cavity damping and phase of the squeezing of the vacuum field source.
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N. Bogolyubov, Jr., Nikolai and V. Soldatov, Andrey
"Fluorescence Spectrum of A Laser Driven Polar Quantum Emitter Damped By Degenerate Squeezed Vacuum With Finite Bandwidth,"
Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences: Vol. 16:
2, Article 10.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/amis/vol16/iss2/10