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Artificial Neural Networks for Turbulence Correction of Structured Light

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Abstract

Turbulence imposes major limitations to free-space protocols for optical communication and cryptography. Here, we report our progress on the experimental demonstration of turbulence correction of Laguerre-Gauss modes using artificial neural networks.

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