A review on the future of optical communication using twist in the light
Vidya Pol, Ramesh K
Day by day, the demand for high data rates is rising. The information-carrying capacity of a traditional transmission system needs to be increased. For the transport of twisted light, optical fibers, which are one of the most common data transmission media, can be used. Twisted light stands for photons that have an orbital angular momentum called quantum characteristics. OAM photons have electric and magnetic fields that corkscrew instead of oscillating in a plane. There are potentially infinite numbers of OAM values, and then the same fiber can be occupied by several beams with different orbital angular momentums, allowing more data to be transferred.
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Unique Paper ID: 151843

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1

Page(s): 968 - 971
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