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The orbital angular momentum of light (OAM) represents the component of the angular momentum of an electromagnetic beam which depends on the field spatial distribution and not on the wave polarization.

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Vortex waves: possible applications for radio communications?

In recent years, the research community have shown interest in the study of some “non-conventional” properties of electromagnetic radiation in order to evaluate its possible application in the field of applied sciences.