Abstract

Turbulence-induced crosstalk and system penalty for an OAM-multiplexed free space optical communication link is experimentally investigated. The power penalty is found to exceed 10 dB in weak turbulence condition due to severe crosstalk.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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