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Title: Twisted light
Authors: Forbes, A
Dudley, A
Roux, S
Keywords: Twisted light
Mathematical optics
Information security
Light beams
Plane wave
Issue Date: Dec-2010
Publisher: EE Publishers
Citation: Forbes, A, Dudley, A and Roux, S. 2010. Twisted light. EngineerIT (2010), pp 63-64
Series/Report no.: Workflow request;7333
Abstract: Research at the Mathematical Optics Group uses "twisted" light to study new quatum-based information security systems. In order to understand the structure of "twisted" light, it is useful to start with an ordinary light beam with zero twist, namely a plane wave.
Description: EngineerIT from EE Publishers, South Africa, is a business-to-business magazine, published 11 times a year in print, on-line and by email, focusing on the business of science, engineering and technology
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/5205
ISSN: 1991-5047
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