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Discrete vortex propagation in three-dimensional twisted waveguide arrays

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Twisted waveguide arrays are realized as refractive index structures using tailored three-dimensionally modulated light fields. Probed with discrete vortices of opposed topological charges, this system provides distinctive output states, additionally controllable by the writing power.

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