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Sub- and superluminal propagation of intense pulses in media with saturated and reverse absorption
(Physical Review Letters, 2004-05-19)
We develop models for the propagation of intense pulses in solid state media which can have either saturated absorption or reverse absorption. We model subluminal propagation in ruby and superluminal propagation in alexandrite ...
Competition between electromagnetically induced transparency and Raman processes
(Physical Review A, 2006-10-05)
We present a theoretical formulation of competition among electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT) and Raman processes. The latter become important when the medium can no longer be considered to be dilute. Unlike the ...
Ultraslow light in inhomogeneously broadened media
(Physical Review A, 2006-04-19)
We calculate the characteristics of ultraslow light in an inhomogeneously broadened medium. We present analytical and numerical results for the group delay as a function of power of the propagating pulse. We apply these ...
Fast light solitons in resonant media
(Physical Review A, 2007-04-05)
Using the structure of the Maxwell-Schrodinger equations in two-level systems in the transient domain, we derive both single-soliton and multisoliton (2n pi pulse) solutions associated with fast light in resonant media. ...