Proceedings PaperOptical Commutation
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In the past, the task of monitoring and/or recording various fields of view, whose positions and sizes varied enough to make it impractical to perform a simple mirror scan, has been accomplished by assigning one sensor to each of the fields. These systems have been built and used successfully and are well documented in the literature. Of course, the use of this approach often resulted in significant penalties of weight, power, and costs.