## 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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... is related to phonon interaction and temperature . The

dependence is included through the electron and hole levels lifetime ( te , In )

and the transition energy . APPLICATION OF THE MODEL TO THE DEVICE

ANALYSIS *** 22 ...

... is related to phonon interaction and temperature . The

**electric**fielddependence is included through the electron and hole levels lifetime ( te , In )

and the transition energy . APPLICATION OF THE MODEL TO THE DEVICE

ANALYSIS *** 22 ...

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7.5 Exciton binding energy ( meV ) 6.5 C1 - HH1 6 5.5 5 0 80 90 100 10 20 30 40

50 60 70 Applied

energies for Cl - HH1 and Cl - LH1 in TQWs Fig . 4 shows the calculated

transition ...

7.5 Exciton binding energy ( meV ) 6.5 C1 - HH1 6 5.5 5 0 80 90 100 10 20 30 40

50 60 70 Applied

**Electric**Field ( kVicm ) Figure 3 – Calculated exciton bindingenergies for Cl - HH1 and Cl - LH1 in TQWs Fig . 4 shows the calculated

transition ...

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We assume that the

propagating along the X axis can be represented as : E = E , exp cos ( wt – kz ) .

ex : ( 1 ) to >> 1 Here , E , is the

and k = w ...

We assume that the

**electric**filed strength of a strong pulsed laser wavepropagating along the X axis can be represented as : E = E , exp cos ( wt – kz ) .

ex : ( 1 ) to >> 1 Here , E , is the

**electric**field strength at the laser pulse peak ; wand k = w ...

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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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