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

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The

... is transiting through the exit boundary of nonlinear environment and the focal

point has a coordinate ze = L - & , the

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The

**shift**of instantaneous frequency Av ( ) is equal to ( in cm Av ( t ) = - - 1 2 ( ) ?... is transiting through the exit boundary of nonlinear environment and the focal

point has a coordinate ze = L - & , the

**shift**of instantaneous frequency AV , will be...

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The

the rising of the effective refractive index of the mirror . Such

decreasing the reflective index at the lasing wavelength and saturating ( or even

...

The

**shift**of Bragg wavelength at increasing the current is connected mainly withthe rising of the effective refractive index of the mirror . Such

**shift**allowsdecreasing the reflective index at the lasing wavelength and saturating ( or even

...

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The phase

thermal effect can be approximated by a phase

length of f [ 6 ] . We define an RMS value of difference between results on the ...

The phase

**shift**imposed on a beam propagating inside a laser rod due to thethermal effect can be approximated by a phase

**shift**produced by a lens with focallength of f [ 6 ] . We define an RMS value of difference between results on the ...

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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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