## 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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For the case of two

resonances simultaneously . The number of the resonances depends on

geometrical parameters of the problem . We analyze the most complicated case

of ...

For the case of two

**gratings**under consideration there may occur from one to fourresonances simultaneously . The number of the resonances depends on

geometrical parameters of the problem . We analyze the most complicated case

of ...

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International Workshop on Laser and Fiber-optical Networks Modeling. Berol ,

BPero 2 , coincide ( see Eqs . ( 6 ) ) , and all STCs vanish simultaneously for the

particular amplitude of the

V1 ...

International Workshop on Laser and Fiber-optical Networks Modeling. Berol ,

BPero 2 , coincide ( see Eqs . ( 6 ) ) , and all STCs vanish simultaneously for the

particular amplitude of the

**gratings**, namely , for w ( 1 ) - W ( 2 ) 1 , ( 7 ) * EK , =V1 ...

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By changing of moveable mirror 5 position we can control fringes width and

contrast of test

reconstructed from the hologram is achieved when an incident angle of laser

radiation ...

By changing of moveable mirror 5 position we can control fringes width and

contrast of test

**gratings**which are ... Maximum contrast of the test**grating**imagereconstructed from the hologram is achieved when an incident angle of laser

radiation ...

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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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