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Are Orbital Angular Momentum (OAM/Vortex) States of Light Long-Lived in Fibers?

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Abstract

We study the evolution of OAM states in fibers, showing that they can be maintained over km-lengths with purity levels exceeding 94%. This suggests a novel means for encoding information in fiber-based quantum encryption links.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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