Abstract

The influence of interatomic interactions on the coherently emitted transient in resonance fluorescence from a condensed-matter sample of identical two-level atoms is studied for the ultratransient regime. A closed solution of the modified Bloch equations is given. Temporal and spectral properties of the coherently emitted light as well as chirping are discussed.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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