## Proceedings of LFNM'...: International Workshop on Laser and Fiber-optical Networks Modeling, Volume 6Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2004 - Fiber optics |

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Then it is necessary to tune the submillimeter laser to required frequency in

of the submillimeter laser within the limits of

Then it is necessary to tune the submillimeter laser to required frequency in

**active**substance emission band . The simple method of frequency tuning controlof the submillimeter laser within the limits of

**active**substance emission band is ...Page 83

Where Amin , max are the minimal and maximal wavelengths in

emission spectrum , 12 is the width of an

The number of half - waves located between the mirrors can be calculated using

...

Where Amin , max are the minimal and maximal wavelengths in

**active**substanceemission spectrum , 12 is the width of an

**active**substance emission spectrum .The number of half - waves located between the mirrors can be calculated using

...

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... for describing of a probabili method with help of the kinetic equations . The gas

environment allows using several aproximatings , which simplifies this model . So

, for example , the three - level

... for describing of a probabili method with help of the kinetic equations . The gas

environment allows using several aproximatings , which simplifies this model . So

, for example , the three - level

**active**environment can be presented as two ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

L Lasers and Resonators | 11 |

Optically coupled lasers Invited | 11 |

Mathematical models applied to optical and thermal diagnostic of semiconductor | 17 |

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