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Plasmonic-based techniques to generate and detect optical vortex beams

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Abstract

Ultra-thin and integrated photonic devices based on optical phase discontinuities can generate optical vortices with a variety of topological charges, as well as sort out vortex beam topological charges by means of holographic gratings.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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