Abstract

We theoretically investigate the emission spectrum of an optomechanical Tavis−Cummings model: two dipole–dipole interacting atoms coupled to an optomechanical cavity (OMC). In particular, we study the influence of dipole–dipole interaction (DDI) on the single-photon spectrum emitted by this hybrid system in the presence of a strong atom-cavity as well as strong optomechanical interaction (hereafter called the strong-strong coupling). We also show that our analysis is amenable to inclusion of the mechanical losses (under the weak mechanical damping limit) and single-photon loss through spontaneous emission from the two-level emitters under a nonlocal Lindblad model.

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