Abstract

We calculate amplitude squeezing spectra for the light from a variety of conventionally pumped three- and four-level lasers. Hence we extend a recent prediction that a certain three-level laser can generate nonclassical light without the need for rigged pumping.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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