Turbulence-resistant self-focusing vortex beams

  title={Turbulence-resistant self-focusing vortex beams},
  author={Meilan Luo and Matias Koivurova and Marco Ornigotti and Chaoliang Ding},
  journal={New Journal of Physics},
We consider recently introduced self-focusing fields that carry orbital angular momentum (OAM) [2021 Opt. Lett. 46 2384–87] and in particular, their propagation properties through a turbulent ocean. We show that this type of field is especially robust against turbulence induced degradation, when compared to a completely coherent beam. In moderately strong oceanic turbulence, the self-focusing OAM beam features over five orders of magnitude higher peak intensities at the receiver plane, an ∼80… 



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