## Proceedings of LFNM ...Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2005 - Fiber optics |

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The examples of the " frequency ” and “ duration bifurcations ” of choice of one or

another well of the double - well potential by isomerization oscillator are

is concluded that at reduction of duration of pulses of an irradiation resulting in ...

The examples of the " frequency ” and “ duration bifurcations ” of choice of one or

another well of the double - well potential by isomerization oscillator are

**given**. Itis concluded that at reduction of duration of pulses of an irradiation resulting in ...

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... in terms of the polarization components is

ey + Foul in , yey ? ... through 10 , 000 random realizations for a

independent sets of { a } and calculated the DGD of the resultant Jones matrices .

... in terms of the polarization components is

**given**by : Pout lin ( t ) = | Soul in , x (ey + Foul in , yey ? ... through 10 , 000 random realizations for a

**given**fiber withindependent sets of { a } and calculated the DGD of the resultant Jones matrices .

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For this purpose the analogy with an electric circuit

us consider the electric circuit to be depicted by differential equation for the

voltage Vi in this circuit is

C dv ...

For this purpose the analogy with an electric circuit

**given**in [ 6 ] can be used . Letus consider the electric circuit to be depicted by differential equation for the

voltage Vi in this circuit is

**given**by : ( 1 / 2 ) E SV . – V , ) dt = ( 1 / R , XV , - 1 0 ) -C dv ...

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### Contents

LFNM Plenary | 1 |

BatteryLess Spatial Optical Communication Terminals for LocationBased Indoor | 14 |

Resonant Photoproduction of the ElectronPositron Pair with Photon Emission | 27 |

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