It is necessary to use laser radiation with a stable wavefront for communication, aerospace and atmos-pheric-optical devices. The turbulence of the atmosphere distorts the wavefront of radiation as it propagates, especially on large paths exceeding 1–5 km. The disadvantage of lasers built on electric dipole (ED) junctions lies in this. The laser channels of magnetomultipolar (MM) radiation on the MM electronic transition are relevant from the point of view of the stability of the wave front in the atmosphere. The physical basis of such a laser was described in the first part of the article. A spin-flip mode for generating laser MM radiation and its application area are described in the second part of the article.


Разработка: студия Green Art