Abstract

We experimentally investigate transmission of the probe field, the reflected four-wave mixing photonic band gap signal, and fluorescence signal in a five-level atomic system. In addition, we compared the single-dressing, double-dressing, and triple-dressing on the three types of signals. These three types of signals can be controlled by frequency detunings, powers, and relative phases of the dressing beams. Such a scheme could have potential applications in amplification processing of triode and quantum information processing.

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