A pulsed transverse inductive discharge (PTID) is used to population inversion formation on the transitions in atoms and
molecules. Excitation system producing an inductive discharge in gases under a pressure within a range from 0,1 to 1,0
atm has been created. The experimental study of spectral and temporal parameters of stimulated emission for active
media on the Ne (585.3 nm), He (587.5, 667.8 nm), Ar (750.4nm) atoms and XeF* (353 nm), XeCl *(308 nm) and KrF*
(248 nm), molecules excited by an inductive transverse discharge was performed. Lasing on the transitions of fluorine
atoms and nitrogen molecules are reported. The results of the experimental study of spectral, temporal, and energy
parameters of fluorine (FI) and nitrogen inductive lasers are presented.
Excitation of the active media of lasers by the induction of a magnetic field is proposed. Possibilities of creation of various gas and solid-state inductive lasers in a range of a spectrum from IR up to D W area are analyzed. For the first time inductive lasers on the He, N<sub>2</sub>, He:F<sub>2</sub>, He:Xe:F<sub>2</sub>, He:Xe:HCl are created and parameters of pumping and emission are described.
The use of the pulsed inductive transverse discharge for an excitation of the gas lasers on the electronic transition of the
atoms and molecules was suggested. The excitation system and the discharge tube have been created to achieve the inductive transverse discharge. The inductive transverse discharge emission of rare gases and their mixtures with halogens in pressure range 1 - 450 tons was investigated. The generation on the electronic transitions of atoms Fl (703.75, 712.79 and 731.1 nm), Hel (587.5 and 667.8 nm), Nel (585.3 nm), An (750.4 nm) and excimer molecules of XeCl (308 nm), XeF (353 nm) and KrF (248 nm) have been obtained for the first time. The results of the experimental study of spectral, temporal and energetic parameters of inductive lasers developed are presented.