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Expressions (23) differ from similar expressions (14) by parameter Qef, used instead of Dkl, and a new parameter H. At q 0, Eq. (22) with (23) transforms into Eq. (13) with (14). The parameter H % (q2 l=2k)(l=zch ) % Qef (l=zch ) has an in uence upon the dependence of the threshold Gth on the spatial detuning parameter Qef. The minimum of the dependence Gth(Qef) shifts to Qef 0 already when l/zch ! 1 (see curve 3 in Fig. 10.5). However, other minima of the dependence Gth(Qef) (other branches) can have approximately the same values as the rst minimum Gth(0). This fact means that the angular displacement of the scattering wave relative to the pumping wave at one speckle length leads to an increase in its oscillation threshold; however, the discrimination condition of these waves in comparison with the phase conjugated wave may not be satis ed. The phase conjugate condition can be expressed as a strong increase of the oscillation threshold for a scattering wave with displacement at an angle more than Qd with respect to the conjugated wave (where the angle Qd is the diffraction divergence of a single-mode beam with the same radius as that of envelope of the speckled beam E1). Such displacement corresponds to qd kQd, and the phase conjugate condition can be written (by analogy with the theory of phase conjugation by the backward SBS [5]) as Gth (qd ) ! 2Gth (q 0) (24)
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