## 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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We simplify the equations by assuming that the SHB induced inhomogeneity of

the carrier

the transverse modal

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We simplify the equations by assuming that the SHB induced inhomogeneity of

the carrier

**distribution**, N ( x , y ) , can be approximated with a weighted sum ofthe transverse modal

**distributions**, fi ( x , y ) , according to N ( x , y ) –N + Ñ , f ; ( x...

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( r ) dar ( 4 ) Here Imo , Imz are maximums of intensity

and A0 , A , - areas in the reference plane ... At first according [ 3 ] by the second

spatial moment of the intensity

( r ) dar ( 4 ) Here Imo , Imz are maximums of intensity

**distributions**To ( r ) , 1 : ( r )and A0 , A , - areas in the reference plane ... At first according [ 3 ] by the second

spatial moment of the intensity

**distribution**is defined the area Ao : ( 5 ) Ag = 2.1.Page 346

E ( 359 ) # 2 Ox2 B = k • Neff The ratio for refractive index profile determination

according to the measured

( x , y ) = ( 7 ) k2 E ( x , y ) ay2 As it was noticed the given equation corresponds to

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E ( 359 ) # 2 Ox2 B = k • Neff The ratio for refractive index profile determination

according to the measured

**distribution**of field amplitude from here is obtained n2( x , y ) = ( 7 ) k2 E ( x , y ) ay2 As it was noticed the given equation corresponds to

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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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