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Application of the Sampling and Replication Operators to Describe Mode-Locked Radiation

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ABSTRACT

Sampling and replication operators are used for a description of the mode-locking radiation. Such description allows taking into account the influence of the shape of the gain curve of the active medium of the mode-locking laser on the form of the pulses generated by it.

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Gitin, A. (2013) Application of the Sampling and Replication Operators to Describe Mode-Locked Radiation. Optics and Photonics Journal, 3, 305-310. doi: 10.4236/opj.2013.35047.

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