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Atmospheric effects on long-range laser-enhanced imaging from a simulated airborne platform
Author(s): David Charles Dayton; John D. Gonglewski; Samuel C. Rogers; Steven C. Sandven; Stephen L. Browne; Scot W. McDermott; Michael L. Shilko; Richard J. Gallegos; Kristen M. Turner
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Paper Abstract

We describe here a preliminary set of experiments to demonstrate the feasibility of laser illuminated imagery for remote surveillance from an airborne platform. Such an imaging sensor enhances the presently available sensor suite in that it provides high resolution day and night capability.

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Date Published: 7 December 1998
PDF: 12 pages
Proc. SPIE 3494, Atmospheric Propagation, Adaptive Systems, and Lidar Techniques for Remote Sensing II, (7 December 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.332405
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David Charles Dayton, Applied Technology Associates (United States)
John D. Gonglewski, Air Force Research Lab. (United States)
Samuel C. Rogers, Willow Systems Ltd. (United States)
Steven C. Sandven, Applied Technology Associates (United States)
Stephen L. Browne, Optical Sciences Co. (United States)
Scot W. McDermott, Logicon R&D Associates (United States)
Michael L. Shilko, ITT Systems and Science Corp. (United States)
Richard J. Gallegos, Boeing Defense and Space Group (United States)
Kristen M. Turner, Boeing Defense and Space Group (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 3494:
Atmospheric Propagation, Adaptive Systems, and Lidar Techniques for Remote Sensing II
Adam D. Devir; Anton Kohle; Ulrich Schreiber; Christian Werner, Editor(s)

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