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Optical Engineering

Instrumentation Video Systems
Author(s): Hitoshi lida
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Paper Abstract

The use of video equipment as instrumentation has been increasing steadily over the past decade. An indication of this trend can be found close to home: notice how rapidly the number of television (TV) displays has grown at our technical exhibits. It is this exhibited equipment and other equipment like it which form the subject of this summary. We will limit our discussions to readily available hardware (and a little software) and leave reports of the leading edge development work to other issues of this journal. We hope, in this manner, to present useful information to those who need to apply video to their instrumen-tation problems now. Along the way we will occasionally indicate what equipment might soon result from current research, but our clear emphasis will be on the state of the art of accessible instrumentation video.

Paper Details

Date Published: 1 October 1981
PDF: 3 pages
Opt. Eng. 20(5) 205688 doi: 10.1117/12.7972792
Published in: Optical Engineering Volume 20, Issue 5
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Hitoshi lida, Hamamatsu Systems, Inc. (United States)

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