## 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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1 . c ) ? where : ne dispersion slope . O BiB e pare

I dw " w = 10 = 0 a ( dB / km ) is the attenuation coefficient of the fiber . y ( 1 / m / W

) is the nonlinear coefficient ,

1 . c ) ? where : ne dispersion slope . O BiB e pare

**defined**by ( 5 ) . I dB 0 •• 0 0 0I dw " w = 10 = 0 a ( dB / km ) is the attenuation coefficient of the fiber . y ( 1 / m / W

) is the nonlinear coefficient ,

**defined**by ( 6 ) y = 2 . 76 . 12 , " Aga Aaff • where ...Page 224

Unperturbed longitudinal wavenumbers hm are

h2 = - ha = ( oʻ€00M1o k , 312 Assume that at some values of z wavenumbers

hom are close to the Bragg reflection condition where wavenumber mismatches

9m ...

Unperturbed longitudinal wavenumbers hm are

**defined**by formula hi = h3 = - -h2 = - ha = ( oʻ€00M1o k , 312 Assume that at some values of z wavenumbers

hom are close to the Bragg reflection condition where wavenumber mismatches

9m ...

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The RIN of a laser diode is

fluctuations to the mean intensity squared of the laser output . The RIN relates the

noise of the optical power SS ( t ) to < S > and it is

1 ) ...

The RIN of a laser diode is

**defined**as the ratio of the mean square intensityfluctuations to the mean intensity squared of the laser output . The RIN relates the

noise of the optical power SS ( t ) to < S > and it is

**defined**as _ < as ? ( t ) > < S (1 ) ...

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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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