## Proceedings of LFNM'...: International Workshop on Laser and Fiber-optical Networks Modeling, Volume 6Kharkiv State University of Radio Electronics, 2004 - Fiber optics |

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Figure 2 - Phase diagram ( a ) , the

stable ( d ) ...

Figure 2 - Phase diagram ( a ) , the

**distribution**over phase difference 8623 of the**fields**of second and third laser of the probability density p ( b ) , and the**distributions**over B , of the far -**field**intensity I in the cases of unstable ( c ) andstable ( d ) ...

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It means that any of equivalent formulas - RSI , RS2 or HK can be used to study

the beam propagation while the angular spectrum representation is valid , i.e.

until the far -

It means that any of equivalent formulas - RSI , RS2 or HK can be used to study

the beam propagation while the angular spectrum representation is valid , i.e.

until the far -

**field distribution**is limited to a half - space . This differs from the ...Page 47

47 Any distribution in free space cannot be less then the wavelength as totally as

in parts at least according to the uncertainty principle . All results obtained using

RS1 or RS2 for the specified

47 Any distribution in free space cannot be less then the wavelength as totally as

in parts at least according to the uncertainty principle . All results obtained using

RS1 or RS2 for the specified

**field distributions**of a width about a wavelength or ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

L Lasers and Resonators | 1 |

Compact electricdischarge excimer lasers invited | 14 |

Simplified model for XECLlasers | 29 |

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