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Use Of The Imagery Converter For Image Chain Analysis Of Electro-Optical Imaging Systems
Author(s): Fred T. Burkett; Donald E. Haberman
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Paper Abstract

An Image Converter (IC) has been developed for image chain analysis of present and future imaging systems. The IC possesses extreme flexibility for simulation of operational variables, and is used in conjunction with computer facilities for processing of the video data. A CRT, laser, or solid state array is used in the read mode, and a CRT or laser in the print mode. The IC has been used to study image data coding, data compression and transmission, utilizing its ability to print the original data, reconstructed data, and/or display the error data in spatial form. It has been used to investigate sample size, SNR, attitude control errors and bit error rate effects on PCM and differential PCMts and inverse MTF.

Paper Details

Date Published: 16 April 1973
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 0032, Developments in Electronic Imaging Techniques II, (16 April 1973); doi: 10.1117/12.953610
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Fred T. Burkett
Donald E. Haberman


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0032:
Developments in Electronic Imaging Techniques II
Ralph Zirkind; Sol Nudelman; Alvin Schnitzler, Editor(s)

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