PACS numbers

42.79.Sz Optical communication systems, multiplexers, and demultiplexers 84.40.Ua Telecommunications: signal transmission and processing; communication satellites 85.60.−q Optoelectronic devices
  1. P.V. Ratnikov, A.P. Silin “Two-dimensional graphene electronics: current status and prospects61 1139–1174 (2018)
    68.65.Cd, 68.65.Pq, 73.21.Fg, 73.40.Gk, 73.50.−h, 85.30.Tv, 85.40.−e, 85.60.−q, 85.65.+h (all)
  2. Modern problems in the physical sciences (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 16 November 2011)55 607–632 (2012)
    01.10.Fv, 06.60.Jn, 07.07.Hj, 14.60.Pq, 29.40.Gx, 29.50.+v, 74.25.Ha, 74.25.Op, 74.50.+r, 74.72.−h, 74.72.Hs, 85.60.−q (all)
  3. M.Ya. Schelev “Pico-femto-attosecond photoelectronics: looking through the lens of half a century55 607–614 (2012)
    06.60.Jn, 07.07.Hj, 85.60.−q (all)
  4. 120th anniversary of the birth of Sergei Ivanovich Vavilov (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 30 March 2011)54 1257–1283 (2011)
    01.10.Fv, 01.65.+g, 01.70.+w, 03.30.+p, 41.60.−m, 42.50.−p, 42.65.−k, 42.70.−a, 78.47.−p, 78.55.−m, 85.60.−q (all)
  5. A.G. Vitukhnovsky “Advances in light sources and displays54 1268–1272 (2011)
    01.65.+g, 78.55.−m, 85.60.−q (all)
  6. Z.F. Krasil’nik, A.V. Novikov “Optical properties of strained Si1-xGex and Si1-x-yGexCy heterostructures43 295–298 (2000)
    79.60.Jv, 85.30.Vw, 85.60.−q (all)
  7. L.D. Bakhrakh, A.A. Bliskavitskii “Optical-microwave beam formation methods for superwideband antennas35 (12) 1086–1088 (1992)
    84.40.Ua, 84.40.Ba, 41.20.Jb, 42.81.Qb (all)
  8. G.I. Makarov, V.V. Novikov, A.B. Orlov “On the propagation of kilometer and longer radiowaves32 376–378 (1989)
    01.30.Cc, 41.20.Jb, 84.40.Ua (all)
  9. N.A. Armand, Yu.V. Gulyaev et alVladimir Aleksandrovich Kotel’nikov (on his eightieth birthday)31 1085–1086 (1988)
    84.40.Xb, 84.40.Ua, 89.70.+c, 42.79.Sz (all)
  10. G.A. Askar’yan, G.M. Batanov et alAftereffects of microwave discharges in the stratosphere31 957–959 (1988)
    84.40.Ua, 52.80.Pi, 92.60.Xg (all)
  11. O.P. Zaskal’ko “Picosecond electronics and optoelectronics30 350–350 (1987)
    01.30.Vv, 01.30.Ee, 85.60.−q, 85.30.−z, 81.15.Gh, 81.15.Hi (all)
  12. A.F. Andreev, V.L. Ginzburg et alÉmanuil Aizikovich Kaner (Obituary)30 193–194 (1987)
    01.60.+q, 76.40.+b, 41.20.Jb, 84.40.Ua, 52.40.Db (all)
  13. E.M. Dianov, A.M. Prokhorov “Lasers and fiber optics29 166–178 (1986)
    42.81.Bm, 42.81.Dp, 42.70.Ce, 42.65.−k, 42.79.Sz (all)
  14. I.N. Sisakyan, A.B. Shvartsburg “Nonlinear waves in fiber-optics information systems27 540–541 (1984)
    42.81.Dp, 42.65.Tg, 42.65.Re, 42.81.Gs, 42.79.Sz (all)
  15. V.B. Shteinshleiger “Nonlinear scattering of radio waves by metallic objects27 60–68 (1984)
    41.20.Jb, 84.40.Ua (all)
  16. I.S. Shlyuger “An Experimental Study of Nonlinear Effects in the E and F Layers of the Ionosphere17 613–614 (1975)
    01.10.Fv, 94.20.ws, 94.20.dj, 94.20.dg, 84.40.Ua (all)
  17. L.P. Strelkova “Interference of 3-cm radio waves in a plane-parallel dielectric layer16 935–936 (1974)
    84.40.Ua, 41.20.Jb (all)
  18. M.A. Kolosov, O.I. Yakovlev “A Study of Propagation of Radio Waves in the Solar System Using Soviet Space Stations16 743–744 (1974)
    96.12.Jt, 96.30.Gc, 96.30.Ea, 96.12.Kz, 96.20.−n, 84.40.Ua (all)
  19. L.N. Kurbatov “Photoelectric Solid-State Receivers and New Methods of Optical-Radiation Reception15 835–837 (1973)
    85.60.−q, 84.40.Ua, 42.79.Sz (all)
  20. A.I. Kartashev, I.Sh. Etsin “Methods of Measuring Small Phase Difference Changes in Interference Devices15 232–250 (1972)
    07.60.Ly, 06.30.Bp, 85.60.−q (all)
  21. Yu.A. Ryftin “Prospects for a Radical Increase of the Resolving Power in Television13 675–675 (1971)
    07.07.Hj, 84.40.Ua (all)
  22. F.Kh. Baibulatov “Several demonstrations of the Doppler effect and interference in the centimeter radio band11 769–771 (1969)
    84.40.Fe, 84.40.Ua, 01.50.My (all)
  23. V.I. Iveronova, N.L. Kaidanovskii et alSemen Emmanuilovich Khaikin (1901–1968)12 149–152 (1969)
    01.60.+q, 84.40.Xb, 84.40.Ua, 89.20.Dd, 95.55.Jz (all)
  24. A.I. Barchukov, N.G. Basov et alALEKSANDR MIKHAĬLOVICH PROKHOROV (On his fiftieth birthday)9 637–640 (1967)
    01.60.+q, 94.20.Bb, 29.20.Lq, 29.20.Fj, 84.40.Ua (all)
  25. R.V. Khokhlov “On nonlinear wave processes8 642–645 (1966)
    42.79.Sz, 42.65.Ky, 42.65.Yj, 42.79.Ci, 78.30.Cp (all)
  26. N.N. Malov, A.N. Kozlova “New demonstrations in physics7 884–887 (1965)
    01.50.My, 84.40.Ua, 84.70.+p, 42.79.Ci (all)
  27. V.I. Tikhonov “Effect of fluctuations on the operating accuracy of synchronization equipment7 574–591 (1965)
    84.30.Ng, 84.40.Ua (all)
  28. L.N. Kaptsov “Four lecture demonstrations for courses on the theory of oscillations and radio engineering6 933–938 (1964)
    84.30.Ng, 05.45.Xt, 84.40.Ua (all)
  29. B. Bagaryatskii “Radar reflections from aurorae4 70–95 (1961)
    84.40.Xb, 41.20.Jb, 92.60.hw, 84.40.Ua (all)
  30. A.M. Kugushev “RADIO ELECTRONICS (On the 100th Birthday of A. S. Popov)2 305–328 (1959)
    84.40.Ua, 41.20.Jb, 85.40.−e, 84.40.Xb (all)
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