Fundamental aspects of linear slow light systems

In a linear slow light system the delaying process is necessarily inducing distortion for fundamental reasons, strictly bounding the maximum delay-bandwidth product to unity. Slowing the light does not directly enhance light-matter interaction, but is a corollary of the intensity enhancement by multiple interferences.


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Proceedings OWTNM'2015, 68
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XXIII International Workshop on Optical wave and waveguide theory and numerical modelling (OWTNM 2015), City University London, UK, April 17-18, 2015
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2015
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London, UK, City University London
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978-1-903957-04-2
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