## 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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If € 21 & 22 , the so - called coupled wave resonance arises and in

strong standing wave occurs . The dependence of the reflectivity on the

wavelength is described by the Lorenz ' s function . When €21 < < €22 , those

If € 21 & 22 , the so - called coupled wave resonance arises and in

**grating**astrong standing wave occurs . The dependence of the reflectivity on the

wavelength is described by the Lorenz ' s function . When €21 < < €22 , those

**grating**parts ...Page 311

submitted at normal falling a wave on a

on these graph correspond to occurrence of new extending waves ( Wood ' s

anomaly ) . On Fig . 2 similar dependences on frequency parameter K of modules

of ...

submitted at normal falling a wave on a

**grating**( 5 = 0 ) . Sharp breaks of curveson these graph correspond to occurrence of new extending waves ( Wood ' s

anomaly ) . On Fig . 2 similar dependences on frequency parameter K of modules

of ...

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Diffraction into larger orders is possible but is episodical because , firstly ,

periods are typically less than light wavelength , and secondly , for large m the

Diffraction into larger orders is possible but is episodical because , firstly ,

**grating**periods are typically less than light wavelength , and secondly , for large m the

**grating**must become a nonsinusoidal . It appears that all the microgratings at ...### 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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