Suppose you have a normal dipole antennae (transmitter and receiver) . Spin polarized current (as opposed to normal current) is sent into the transmitter, it emits an EM wave and the Receiver receives it. Will the charge carriers in the receiver become spin polarized as well? In other words, will the spin polarization of the transmitter current have some effect on the receiver, like for example imposing the spin polarization on the receiver carriers by means of making EM radiation circularly polarized?
I am aware that this effect is possible using certain semiconductors. But I am talking about a normal metal chunk used as the antennae. I am wondering whether the spin polarization of the transmitter current will have any effect on the receiver on a deeper level: using principles of Quantum Field Theory and Quantum Electrodynamics? (I don't know anything about QFT and QED btw)