## 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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The integral equations ( 7 ) were solved on a computer for symmetric WQR for the

case , when the radii of mirrors coincide with the radii of the

i.e. ay = a 2 = a . The radius of a phase corrector was assumed twice ...

The integral equations ( 7 ) were solved on a computer for symmetric WQR for the

case , when the radii of mirrors coincide with the radii of the

**waveguide**channel ,i.e. ay = a 2 = a . The radius of a phase corrector was assumed twice ...

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Lengths of input - output

mm , respectively and we assume

6 - um wide optical

Lengths of input - output

**waveguides**, and arms of modulator are 2 mm , and 20mm , respectively and we assume

**waveguide**absorption loss as a = 0.3 dB / cm .6 - um wide optical

**waveguides**have the maximum extraordinary refractive ...Page 335

1 - The fragment of two - dimensional optical

optical

of ...

1 - The fragment of two - dimensional optical

**waveguide**2. Calculation of theoptical

**waveguide**curve losses Calculation of the two - dimensional optical**waveguide**curve losses ( Fig.1 ) was carried out as an example . The form of partof ...

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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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