## Proceedings of LFNM'...: International Workshop on Laser and Fiber-optical Networks Modeling, Volume 4Kharkiv State University of Radio Electronics, 2002 - Fiber optics |

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Transmission of crystals depends on a

is perpendicular to optical axis , it is less , than in a

axis , approximately on 10 % [ 13 ] . Usually value of a is equal to 0,01-0,03 cm- ...

Transmission of crystals depends on a

**direction**of light pass : in a**direction**, thatis perpendicular to optical axis , it is less , than in a

**direction**that is parallel thisaxis , approximately on 10 % [ 13 ] . Usually value of a is equal to 0,01-0,03 cm- ...

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If perturbation is homogeneous in angular

angular numbers and opposite propagation

reflection can be observed ( 5 ) . If coupled waves have the same

If perturbation is homogeneous in angular

**direction**only waves with the sameangular numbers and opposite propagation

**directions**can be coupled and Braggreflection can be observed ( 5 ) . If coupled waves have the same

**direction**of ...Page 189

Different amplitude relationships of Ex and Ey as well as their phase difference 8

= 8y - Ox generate an ellipse when the rotation of the resulting field vector in the

plane perpendicular to the propagation

Different amplitude relationships of Ex and Ey as well as their phase difference 8

= 8y - Ox generate an ellipse when the rotation of the resulting field vector in the

plane perpendicular to the propagation

**direction**z is observed . In accordance ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

INV L1 NEW CONCEPT OF MULTIPASS RESONATORS FOR GAS AND | 1 |

L2 WIDEAPERTURE ELECTRODISCHARGE EXCIMER LASERS | 8 |

L4 POSSIBILITY OF HIGHFREQUENCY PULSE DISCHARGE | 17 |

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