13 September 2005 What are the limits to the time delay achievable using "slow-light" methods?
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Practical applications of slow light methods require that one be able to controllably delay a pulse of light by many pulse lengths. In this contribution we analyze the possible limitations to the maximum achievable time delay and suggest methods for overcoming these limits.
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Robert W. Boyd, Robert W. Boyd, Nick Lepeshkin, Nick Lepeshkin, Aaron Schweinsberg, Aaron Schweinsberg, Petros Zerom, Petros Zerom, George Gehring, George Gehring, Giovanni Piredda, Giovanni Piredda, Zhimin Shi, Zhimin Shi, Heedeuk Shin, Heedeuk Shin, Q-Han Park, Q-Han Park, "What are the limits to the time delay achievable using "slow-light" methods?", Proc. SPIE 5924, Complex Mediums VI: Light and Complexity, 592402 (13 September 2005); doi: 10.1117/12.617736; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.617736
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