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In an ideal case, when the laser operates in the fundamental (TEM00) mode, the waves in the plane perpendicular to the axis of propagation have a Gaussian intensity profile (Fig. 4] where w is the radial distance at which the electromagnetic wave amplitude drops to 1/e of its value on the axis (2w is a spot size diameter) and the light intensity decreases to 1/e2 of its axial value. Physically, the Gaussian wave concentrates the light intensity along the axis of the cavity. Propagating through space, it resembles a narrow beam of light called a Gaussian beam.
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