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Electronic Imaging Techniques
Editor(s): Eugene B. Turner

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Volume Number: 0003
Date Published: 26 September 1965

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A Digital Television Spectrometer For Re-Entry Measurements
Author(s): F. L. McNamara; R. R. Billups; G. Wong
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The Vidicon As A Radiometric Sensor
Author(s): R. R. Billups; J. Rotstein; R. S. Sinclair
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Data Recording For A Digital Television Spectrometer
Author(s): H. E. Zieman; D. I. Underwood; H. I. Ziegler
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Utilization Of An Image Orthicon System For Radiometric Measurements
Author(s): Richard L. Gulatsi
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The Role Of Signal Generating Image Tubes In Photo-Optical Sensor Systems
Author(s): W. E. Woehl
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The Metro Camera An Advanced Image-Forming Sensor For Space Application
Author(s): G. J. Rayle
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Automatic Tracking From Video Signals
Author(s): E. F. Bartels; C. F. Wilson
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Image Converter Camera For 0.5 To 10,000 Microsecond Photographs
Author(s): H. L. Miller
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A Multi-Purpose Ultra High Speed Camera System
Author(s): W. J. Schenck
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Image Intensifier Instruments For Acquisition Of Weak Targets
Author(s): Rochelle Prescott
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Range-Selective Imaging
Author(s): W. Q. Nicholson
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Integrated Vidicon-A/D System Provides Optical To Digital Conversion
Author(s): A. J. Urbonas
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Digital Video Processing At Jpl
Author(s): F. C. Billingsley
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A System For Automatic Film Reading And Dynamic Display Generation
Author(s): Eugene F. Uretz
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