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In this set-up the correlation measurements are performed without using any narrowband IFs, because these unavoidably introduce relevant transmission losses reducing the visibility of sub-shot-noise correlations, and could also introduce distortion or even attenuation eﬀects. Here the pump-frequency contribution is removed by using normal incidence (M5 ) and at 45◦ (M4 ) high-reﬂectivity (HR) mirrors coated for 352 nm placed before and after the PBS, respectively, and a low-bandpass color ﬁlter (90% transmission around 704 nm) placed in front of the CCD.
Brambilla, O. Jedrkiewicz, and L. A. Lugiato ror (M4 ) is placed in the signal arm at a suitable angle in order to balance the unequal transmission of radiation in the two arms. All the optical components (except the color ﬁlter) have antireﬂection coatings at 704 nm. The estimated quantum eﬃciency of each detection line, which accounts for both the transmission losses and the detector eﬃciency, is ηtot 75%. It is worth pointing out that prior to the experiment for the detection of quantum spatial correlations, we performed a test of the capabilities of the scientiﬁc CCD camera to perform spatially resolved measurements of the photon shot noise.
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