## 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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However , diffraction upon the

diffracted beam waist from the position where it would occur for a non apertured

beam . The determination of the axial position of the beam waist is important ...

However , diffraction upon the

**aperture**edge shifts along the optical axis thediffracted beam waist from the position where it would occur for a non apertured

beam . The determination of the axial position of the beam waist is important ...

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It is also supposed that the lens does not truncate the beam as its

large than wo . For internal

works [ 11 , 12 ) , in order to locate the focal position inside an apertured

resonator , one ...

It is also supposed that the lens does not truncate the beam as its

**aperture**islarge than wo . For internal

**apertures**used the reverse is often true . In otherworks [ 11 , 12 ) , in order to locate the focal position inside an apertured

resonator , one ...

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Mi z = 0 z = d Figure 1 - - Schematic of an apertured cylindrical planoconcave

resonator with M , the plane mirror , M , the concave mirror and D the internal

radius ...

Mi z = 0 z = d Figure 1 - - Schematic of an apertured cylindrical planoconcave

resonator with M , the plane mirror , M , the concave mirror and D the internal

**aperture**put at an arbitrary position za inside the resonator of length d . R is theradius ...

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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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