## LFNM 2003: Proceedings of LFNM 2003 : 5th International Workshop on Laser and Fiber-optical Networks Modeling : Alushta, Crimea, Ukraine, 19-20 September 2003 |

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Hz * 10 ' Figure 1 - Influence of injection current

varying on modulation characteristic at

0 . 0 0 . 5 1 . 0 1 . 5 2 . 0 2 . 5 30 time , s x10 " Figure 2 - Dynamical response of

laser ...

Hz * 10 ' Figure 1 - Influence of injection current

**constant**component valuevarying on modulation characteristic at

**constant**depth of modulation M = 0 . 3 . R0 . 0 0 . 5 1 . 0 1 . 5 2 . 0 2 . 5 30 time , s x10 " Figure 2 - Dynamical response of

laser ...

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We consider continuous wave beams , so XNz = KT ( r , % ) El for the Kerr

nonlinearity and XNu = i T ( r , o ) [ - L + G ( 1 + S \ El2 ) * ] for saturable gain ,

where x is the Kerr

saturation ...

We consider continuous wave beams , so XNz = KT ( r , % ) El for the Kerr

nonlinearity and XNu = i T ( r , o ) [ - L + G ( 1 + S \ El2 ) * ] for saturable gain ,

where x is the Kerr

**constant**, L is the linear loss , G is the linear gain , S is thesaturation ...

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Thus , the PC ' s effective refractive index was found as neff = / k , where ß is the

FSFM propagation

refractive index obtained from stage 1 , were the propagation

in PCF ...

Thus , the PC ' s effective refractive index was found as neff = / k , where ß is the

FSFM propagation

**constant**. ... equivalent step - index fiber with claddingrefractive index obtained from stage 1 , were the propagation

**constants**for LPoiin PCF ...

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### Contents

LFNM Plenary Sessions | 7 |

Transformation of the Polarization Distribution in the CrossSection of Light Beam by Self | 18 |

Extraction of Spectra and Theresholds from FullWave Lasing Eigenvalue Problems Invited | 19 |

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