A cavity switch is a device that modulates cavity properties in the time domain. It is known as Q switching if the quality factor of cavities is under modulation. There are other properties such as the cavity mode volume, resonant frequency, phase delay, and optical local density of states can be switched or modulated.[1][2] Cavity switches are mainly used in telecommunications and quantum electrodynamics studies.

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  1. ^ Jin, C.-Y.; Johne, R.; Swinkels, M.; Hoang, T.; Midolo, L.; van Veldhoven, P.J.; Fiore, A. (Nov 2014). "Ultrafast non-local control of spontaneous emission". Nature Nanotechnology. 9: 886–890. arXiv:1311.2233. Bibcode:2014NatNa...9..886J. doi:10.1038/nnano.2014.190.
  2. ^ Sattler, T.; Peinke, E.; Bleuse, J.; Claudon, J.; Vos, W.L.; Gérard, J.M. (July 2017). "Cavity switching: A novel resource for solid-state quantum optics". Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON): 17154854. doi:10.1109/ICTON.2017.8025177.