## 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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It allows N times

and keep the high radiation quality , which is typical for a single laser . However ,

for many applications not only power

It allows N times

**increase**the power ( here N is the lasers number in an array )and keep the high radiation quality , which is typical for a single laser . However ,

for many applications not only power

**increase**is important , but also power ...Page 68

However , the

of processing . Therefore , further , for the analysis of the time lines the size of "

window " equal to N. = 10 000 is used , that allows to find the compromise

between ...

However , the

**increase**in the number of the readout results in the time**increase**of processing . Therefore , further , for the analysis of the time lines the size of "

window " equal to N. = 10 000 is used , that allows to find the compromise

between ...

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Figure.1 shows the profile of dielectric permeability in cross - section of the

achieved fiber and testifies that the radius of the mode

times . Dispersion curve for the main mode is presented in fig.2 . Big part of

energy of the ...

Figure.1 shows the profile of dielectric permeability in cross - section of the

achieved fiber and testifies that the radius of the mode

**increase**in about twotimes . Dispersion curve for the main mode is presented in fig.2 . Big part of

energy of the ...

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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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