PACS numbers

42.15.−i Geometrical optics 42.79.Bh Lenses, prisms and mirrors 84.40.−x Radiowave and microwave
  1. Advances in astronomy (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 27 February 2013)56 704–737 (2013)
    01.10.Fv, 04.50.−h, 04.70.−s, 07.57.−c, 07.87.+v, 12.10.Kt, 84.40.−x, 89.20.−a, 95.36.+x, 96.12.−a, 96.30.Gc, 97.10.Bt, 97.60.Lf, 97.80.Jp, 98.62.Js, 98.70.Qy, 98.80.−k (all)
  2. A.V. Ipatov “A new generation interferometer for fundamental and applied research56 729–737 (2013)
    01.10.Fv, 07.57.−c, 84.40.−x, 89.20.−a (all)
  3. V.V. Shevchenko “Corrections to the paper by V V Shevchenko “Localization of a stationary electromagnetic field by a planar boundary of a metamaterial” [Physics—Uspekhi 54 (11) 1131–1142 (2011)]55 324–324 (2012)
    42.15.−i, 42.30.−d, 78.67.Pt (all)
  4. V.V. Shevchenko “Localization of a stationary electromagnetic field by a planar boundary of a metamaterial54 1131–1142 (2011)
    42.15.−i, 42.30.−d, 78.67.Pt (all)
  5. E.H. Lock “The properties of isofrequency dependences and the laws of geometrical optics51 375–393 (2008)
    42.15.−i, 42.25.Gy, 78.20.Ci (all)
  6. V.F. Kravchenko, A.A. Kuraev, A.K. Sinitsyn “Nonsynchronous interactions50 489–511 (2007)
    07.57.−c, 41.20.Jb, 84.40.−x (all)
  7. V.A. Kotel’nikov “On the transmission capacity of ’ether’ and wire in electric communications49 736–744 (2006)
    01.10.Fv, 84.40.−x, 89.70.+c (all)
  8. B.E. Chertok “V A Kotel’nikov and his role in the development of space radio electronics in our country49 761–765 (2006)
    01.10.Fv, 01.60.+q, 84.40.−x (all)
  9. V.A. Vanke “Transverse electron-beam waves for microwave electronics48 917–937 (2005)
    07.50.−e, 41.75.−i, 84.40.−x, 84.40.Fe (all)
  10. A.V. Timofeev “Geometrical optics and the diffraction phenomenon48 609–613 (2005)
    42.15.−i, 42.25.Fx (all)
  11. G.A. Mesyats, M.I. Yalandin “High-power picosecond electronics48 211–229 (2005)
    52.59.−f, 52.80.−s, 84.30.Jc, 84.40.−x, 84.70.+p (all)
  12. O.N. Krokhin “The early years of quantum electronics47 1045–1048 (2004)
    01.65.+g, 42.55.−f, 84.40.−x (all)
  13. Yu.M. Popov “On the history of the invention of the injection laser47 1068–1070 (2004)
    01.65.+g, 42.55.−f, 84.40.−x (all)
  14. V.G. Veselago “Electrodynamics of materials with negative index of refraction46 764–768 (2003)
    41.20.Jb, 42.15.−i, 42.70.−a (all)
  15. V.G. Veselago “Formulating Fermat’s principle for light traveling in negative refraction materials45 1097–1099 (2002)
    42.15.−i, 42.79.Bh, 78.20.Ci (all)
  16. A.E. Reznikov, V.V. Kopeikin et alDevelopment of apparatus and data processing methods for electromagnetic subsurface probing and experiments with their practical implementation43 521–524 (2000)
    07.05.Kf, 07.57.−c, 07.90.+c, 84.40.−x (all)
  17. A.A. Kolokolov “Fresnel formulas and the principle of causality42 931 (1999)
    03.40.Kf, 42.15.−i, 42.20.Jb, 42.25.−p (all)
  18. Yu.A. Kravtsov, O.N. Naida, A.A. Fuki “Waves in weakly anisotropic 3D inhomogeneous media: quasi-isotropic approximation of geometrical optics39 129–154 (1996)
    42.15.−i, 42.25.Bs, 42.68.Ay, 92.60.Ta (all)
  19. G.B. Al’tshuler, M.V. Inochkin “Erratum: Nonlinear lenses and their applications [Phys. Usp. 36, 604-620 (July 1993)]36 (11) 1085–1085 (1993)
    42.79.Bh, 42.65.−k, 42.15.Fr, 42.60.Jf (all)
  20. G.B. Al’tshuler, M.V. Inochkin “Nonlinear lenses and their applications36 (7) 604–620 (1993)
    42.79.Bh, 42.65.−k, 42.15.Fr, 42.60.Jf (all)
  21. O.V. Kulagin, G.A. Pasmanik, A.A. Shilov “Amplification and phase conjugation of weak signals35 (6) 506–519 (1992)
    42.65.Hw, 42.79.Bh, 42.30.−d (all)
  22. B.M. Bolotovskii, S.N. Stolyarov “Reflection of light from a moving mirror and related problems32 813–827 (1989)
    42.79.Bh, 42.25.Gy, 42.25.Bs, 42.25.Ja (all)
  23. V.A. Arkad’ev, A.I. Kolomiitsev et alWide-band x-ray optics with a large angular aperture32 271–276 (1989)
    41.50.+h, 42.79.Ag, 42.79.Bh (all)
  24. V.I. Balykin, V.S. Letokhov “Laser optics of beams of neutral atoms30 911–912 (1987)
    03.75.Be, 42.79.Bh (all)
  25. M.V. Kuzelev, A.A. Rukhadze et alRelativistic plasma UHF electronics28 724–726 (1985)
    52.27.Ny, 52.75.−d, 52.35.Hr, 52.25.−b, 84.40.−x (all)
  26. G.A. Askar’yan, V.A. Kholodilov “Interaction of a microwave beam with a liquid: energy conversion, possible applications27 885–886 (1984)
    84.40.−x, 52.80.Pi (all)
  27. V.N. Sintsov, A.F. Zapryagaev “Aperture synthesis in optics18 931–941 (1975)
    42.79.Ag, 42.79.Bh, 42.79.Dj, 42.30.Lr, 95.55.Fw (all)
  28. A.M. Bazuev, K.M. Bokova “Demonstration of transmission interception of modulated oscillations with a Helium-neon laser beam15 821–821 (1973)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.Fc, 42.60.Jf, 42.79.Bh (all)
  29. B.Sh. Perkal’skis, V.L. Larin et alClassroom installation for the observation of the Doppler phenomenon with the aid of a laser15 121–123 (1972)
    07.60.Ly, 42.79.Bh, 42.60.Jf, 01.50.Pa (all)
  30. L.I. Vidro, Yu.P. Basharov, A.E. Kudryashov “Fresnel diffraction by a Round aperture13 826–827 (1971)
    42.55.Lt, 42.25.Fx, 42.79.Ag, 42.79.Bh, 42.72.−g, 85.60.Ha (all)
  31. Yu.A. Anan’ev “Angular divergence of radiation of solid-state lasers14 197–215 (1971)
    42.55.−f, 42.79.Bh (all)
  32. V.F. Kitaeva, A.N. Odintsov, N.N. Sobolev “Continuously operating argon ion lasers12 699–730 (1970)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.By, 42.60.Pk, 42.60.Jf, 42.79.Bh, 42.60.Lh (all)
  33. Yu.N. Barabanenkov, Yu.A. Kravtsov et alStatus of the Theory of Wave Propagation in Randomly-inhomogeneous Media13 296–297 (1970)
    42.25.Dd, 42.25.Fx, 42.15.−i, 02.30.Mv (all)
  34. Yu.A. Kravtsov “Geometrical-optics Method and Its Generalizations13 297–298 (1970)
    42.15.−i, 42.25.Fx, 02.30.Mv (all)
  35. A.N. Korolev “Increase of resolution of optical systems by effective use of the degrees of freedom on the object wave field11 712–726 (1969)
    42.79.Bh, 42.79.Ag, 42.30.Kq, 42.30.Va (all)
  36. V.E. Privalov, S.A. Fridrikhov “The ring gas laser12 153–167 (1969)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.Da, 42.79.Bh, 42.60.Jf, 42.60.Fc, 42.60.Lh (all)
  37. K.S. Vul’fson, L.P. Kovrigin “Observation of Sommerfeld diffraction from a specularly reflecting half-plane11 132–132 (1968)
    42.25.Fx, 42.25.Gy, 42.25.Hz, 42.79.Bh (all)
  38. Ya.E. Amstislavskii “Demonstration of lower-order multiray interference fringes10 400–402 (1967)
    42.25.Hz, 42.25.Gy, 42.79.Bh, 42.15.Dp (all)
  39. V.I. Talanov “L. I. Mandel’shtam’s work on the theory of the optical image and modern quasioptics8 646–649 (1966)
    42.30.Va, 42.15.Fr, 42.79.Bh (all)
  40. P. Paradoksov “Doppler effect in the case of a moving image9 276–277 (1966)
    42.30.Va, 42.79.Bh, 42.72.−g (all)
  41. S.I. Vavilov “Galileo in the history of optics7 596–616 (1965)
    07.60.−j, 42.15.−i, 95.55.Br (all)
  42. B.Sh. Perkal’skis “Some physics demonstration6 939–940 (1964)
    07.60.Ly, 42.79.Bh, 01.50.My (all)
  43. B.Z. Katsenelenbaum “Quasioptical methods of generation and transmission of millimeter waves7 385–400 (1964)
    84.40.−x, 42.15.−i, 42.79.Bh (all)
  44. B.Sh. Perkal’skis “A Lummer–Gehrcke plate for instructional purposes7 330–330 (1964)
    07.60.Dq, 07.60.Ly, 42.79.Bh, 01.50.My, 42.25.Hz, 32.60.+i (all)
  45. A.P. Kirichenko “Methods of narrowing spectral lines for interference measurements of length5 998–1005 (1963)
    07.60.Ly, 42.25.Hz, 42.79.Ag, 42.79.Bh, 42.79.Dj (all)
  46. B.D. Tartakovskii “Second All-Union symposium on wave diffraction5 1006–1023 (1963)
    42.25.Fx, 42.15.−i (all)
  47. A.E. Salomonovich “Millimeter-wave optics and radio astronomy5 629–633 (1963)
    84.40.Xb, 42.79.Bh, 42.79.Ci, 41.20.Jb (all)
  48. G.D. Malyuzhinets “Developments in our concepts of diffraction phenomena (on the 130TH anniversary of the death of Thomas Young)2 749–758 (1959)
    42.25.Fx, 42.15.−i (all)
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