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E. several μs (some 100 m). The time resolution of the detectors is normally 3–4 orders of magnitude faster than this photon length, so that the two-photon correlation signal is now determined as a function of the detection-time delay, with the arrival-time delay of the long photons deliberately set to zero [78, 79]. This can be seen as a quantum-homodyne measurement at the single-photon level, with a single local-oscillator photon arriving at one port of a beam splitter, and a single signal photon arriving at the other port.
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Engineering the Atom-Photon Interaction: Controlling Fundamental Processes with Photons, Atoms and Solids by Ana Predojević, Morgan W. Mitchell