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Optical Vortices in Fibres: a New Degree of Freedom for Mode Multiplexing

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Abstract

Optical vortices, which carry orbital angular momentum, form infinite-dimensional basis sets of orthogonal states, which make them attractive for mode-division multiplexing systems. We describe recent demonstrations of successfully generating & propagating vortices in optical fibres, and review recent transmission experiments conducted with them.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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