Marcelino Anguiano-Morales, Didia P Salas-Peimbert, Gerardo Trujillo-Schiaffino, L F Corral-Martinez and Ismael Garduno-Wilches
Instituto Tecnologico de Chihuahua, Mexico
Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Laser Opt Photonics
Recent studies have shown that an asymmetric Bessel beam, similar to conventional Bessel beam, recover their original intensity profile after encountering an obstruction. Here, we investigate the ability of an asymmetric Bessel beam mode to recover their original intensity profile when it is perturbed by an obstruction and additionally drastically perturbed by a pattern of light generated by an appropriate annular obstruction, regardless the asymmetry degree of the mode neither the orientation of optical crescent. An obstruction placed in the path of asymmetric Bessel beam introduces an optical loss, then a series of plane waves with different amplitude that bypass the obstruction will again interfere to form an asymmetric Bessel beam. However, an optic field induced by the annular obstruction entangle the asymmetric optic field. The analysis of this effect not had even been analyzed. The purpose of the present paper is to study the mechanical properties of asymmetric Bessel beams within the general formalism of quantum optics. These results may be useful for quantum key distribution.
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