Storage and retrieval of microwave pulse in a crystal of molecular magnets based on four-wave-mixing
College of Physics and Electronic Science, Hubei Normal University, Huangshi, China
Accepted: 16 March 2022
Published online: 8 April 2022
In this paper, we consider a crystal of molecular magnets interacting with four alternating magnetic fields. When a DC magnetic field applies to molecular magnets, the energy levels of molecular magnets can be recognized as a four-level system. We consider four wave mixing process in the crystal of molecular magnets, By solving the Schrödinger equation, the analytic solutions of the probe and mixing magnetic fields are obtained. We have also numerically investigated the dynamical evolution of the probe and mixing magnetic fields. The results show that probe and mixing filed periodically oscillate in the crystal of molecular magnets medium. By adjusting the frequency detuning and the intensity of the coupled magnetic fields, the storage and retrieval of microwave field can be achieved in molecular magnets. In the end, the second-order correlation function is calculated and the anti-bunching effect can be achieved in this magnetic medium.
Key words: Microwave / Molecular magnets / Storage and retrieval
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