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Experimental Demonstration of an Underwater Wireless Optical Link Employing Orbital Angular Momentum (OAM) Modes with Fast Auto-Alignment System

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Abstract

We experimentally demonstrate an underwater optical wireless link employing orbital angular momentum (OAM) modes with fast auto-alignment system to overcome signal fluctuations. The results show that the fast auto-alignment system succeeds to provide stable outputs for superior underwater OAM multiplexing communications.

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