## 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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The first approach is operating a laser with a single high - order transverse mode

[ 6 ] , so that high output power is

conversion to

The first approach is operating a laser with a single high - order transverse mode

[ 6 ] , so that high output power is

**obtained**, followed by efficient external modeconversion to

**obtain**a nearly Gaussian beam . In this approach single high ...Page 30

As initial conditions it is possible to utillize results

equations , describing operation of a preionization ( 1 ) or results

solution of a set of equations , describing the stage of a breakdown [ 2 ] .

As initial conditions it is possible to utillize results

**obtained**at a solution of a set ofequations , describing operation of a preionization ( 1 ) or results

**obtained**at asolution of a set of equations , describing the stage of a breakdown [ 2 ] .

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This process is repeated for a sufficient number of modulation periods to

stable mode - locked pulses . ... show that without any noise and with only

spontaneous noise , transformlimited pulses from mode - locked HSPS are

This process is repeated for a sufficient number of modulation periods to

**obtain**stable mode - locked pulses . ... show that without any noise and with only

spontaneous noise , transformlimited pulses from mode - locked HSPS are

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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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