Mathematical Physics


Four Possible Methods to Extend Lehnert’s Screw-Shaped Photon: Towards Soliton Orbital Angular Momentum Radio (Soamr)

Authors: Victor Christianto, Yunita Umniyati

This paper was at-least-partially inspired by the problem of relatively slow internet connection in our country. We believe that the same common problem has plagued other developing countries like ours, so it seems that we need a new technology to increase the internet capacity, especially the wireless network capacity. One way to do that is to look at the photon electrodynamics theory. In a series of papers, Bo Lehnert has suggested screw-shaped model of photon, inspired by his Revised Quantum Electrodynamics (RQED). Therefore in this paper we will review 4 possible methods to extend his screw-shaped photon model. In the mean time, there is recent debate concerning theoretical basis and utilization of photon orbital angular momentum (OAM), in particular as a means to increase wireless internet capacity. Promising results have been reported from laboratory experiments carried out by Bo Thide group and others too. But considering Vigier’s proposal to consider photon as soliton, in this paper we will discuss not the usual photon OAM as suggested by Thide group, instead we will consider soliton orbital angular momentum. If the proposed concept holds true, then it is possible to develop soliton radio wave based on OAM, which we call here as SOAmR (Soliton Orbital Angular Momentum Radio).

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