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Multidimensional Information Assisted Deep Learning Realizing Flexible Recognition of Vortex Beam Modes

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posted on 2023-01-11, 21:49 authored by Jiale Zhao, Yiming Li, Zijing Zhang, Longzhu Cen
Because of the unlimited range of state space, orbital angular momentum (OAM) as a new degree of freedom of light has attracted great attention in optical communication field. Recently there are a number of researches applying deep learning on recognition of OAM modes through atmospheric turbulence. However, there are several limitations in previous deep learning recognition methods. They all require a constant distance between the laser and receiver, which makes them clumsy and not practical. As far as we know, previous deep learning methods cannot sort vortex beams with positive and negative topological charges, which can reduce information capacity. A Multidimensional Information Assisted Deep Learning Flexible Recognition (MIADLFR) method is proposed in this letter. In MIADLR we utilize not only the intensity profile, also spectrum information to recognize OAM modes unlimited by distance and sign of topological charge (TC). As far as we know, we first make use of multidimensional information to recognize OAM modes and we first utilize spectrum information to recognize OAM modes. Recognition of OAM modes unlimited by distance and sign of TC achieved by MIADLFR method can make optical communication and detection by OAM light much more attractive.

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