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Correlation between photocounts at beam splitter outputs for a pair of photons

Jeffers, J (1996) Correlation between photocounts at beam splitter outputs for a pair of photons. Physics Letters A, 222 (5). pp. 363-369. ISSN 0375-9601

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Abstract

It is shown using conventional quantum optics theory that, contrary to recent predictions, the detection of photons in one output arm of a beam splitter does not depend upon any optical delay imposed in the other output arm before detection.