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An active-optics image-motion compensation technology application for high-speed searching and infrared detection system
Author(s): Jianping Wu; Fei Lu; Kai Zou; Hong Yan; Min Wan; Yan Kuang; Yanqing Zhou
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Paper Abstract

An ultra-high angular velocity and minor-caliber high-precision stably control technology application for active-optics image-motion compensation, is put forward innovatively in this paper. The image blur problem due to several 100°/s high-velocity relative motion between imaging system and target is theoretically analyzed. The velocity match model of detection system and active optics compensation system is built, and active optics image motion compensation platform experiment parameters are designed. Several 100°/s high-velocity high-precision control optics compensation technology is studied and implemented. The relative motion velocity is up to 250°/s, and image motion amplitude is more than 20 pixel. After the active optics compensation, motion blur is less than one pixel. The bottleneck technology of ultra-high angular velocity and long exposure time in searching and infrared detection system is successfully broke through.

Paper Details

Date Published: 5 March 2018
PDF: 11 pages
Proc. SPIE 10710, Young Scientists Forum 2017, 1071039 (5 March 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2316788
Show Author Affiliations
Jianping Wu, Institute of Applied Electronics (China)
Fei Lu, Institute of Applied Electronics (China)
Kai Zou, Institute of Applied Electronics (China)
Hong Yan, Institute of Applied Electronics (China)
Min Wan, Institute of Applied Electronics (China)
Yan Kuang, Institute of Applied Electronics (China)
Yanqing Zhou, Institute of Applied Electronics (China)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 10710:
Young Scientists Forum 2017
Songlin Zhuang; Junhao Chu; Jian-Wei Pan, Editor(s)

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