Abstract

We present an analysis of coherent population trapping in a three-level Λ system when excited by an ultrashort pulse train near the one- and two-photon resonances. Numerical results using Bloch equations give the transient response of the system and clearly reveal a comb of electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT) lines. An analytical solution to describe the EIT lines is derived in the steady-state regime and in the weak field limit. Moreover, numerical results indicate that selective velocity spectroscopy makes possible the observation of the comb of EIT lines in Doppler broadening media.

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