The dependence of the neon emission spectrum (the dynamic Stark effect and transition probabilities) on the frequency and strength of the electric field generated in a high-frequency discharge at laser excitation was theoretically investigated. The number of regularities in the behavior of the studied characteristics was revealed and investigated. It was shown that the transition probabilities for the Stark energy levels have polynomial dependence on the electric field strength. It was found that the interaction of energy levels in the electric field results in anomalies in the emission spectrum and anisotropy of the transition probabilities.
radiation spectra, Ne atom, high-frequency discharge, laser fields.