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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 0036

Military Airborne Video Recording: Requirements, Utilization, and Technology
Editor(s): Stanley J. Rostocki
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 0036
Date Published: 1 October 1973
Softcover: 0 papers (0) pages
ISBN: 9780892520473

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Laser Beam Recorder Gripes
Author(s): S. J. Rostocki
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Commercial Quality Video Recorders For Airborne Military Applications
Author(s): W. L. Curtice
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The Air Force: A Bad Customer
Author(s): William A. Lanich
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Di: Deputy For Intelligence? Or Disbeliever?
Author(s): James R. Wolverton
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What's Wrong With What's Available
Author(s): Joseph D. Taylor
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Laser Video Re Cording On Metallic Thin Film
Author(s): Konrad W. Schoebel
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What We Do And What We Need
Author(s): Joseph D. Taylor
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The Status Of The F-14A Airborne Mission Recorder Requirements And Utilization
Author(s): David A. Naurath; Elmer A. Schmidt
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Commercial Quality Video Recorders For Airborne Military Applications
Author(s): William L Curtice
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Gunship Video Recording System First High Quality Battle Damage Assessment Capability
Author(s): Robert S. Bradford
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Flight Tests Of Gated, Low-Light- Level Teletvision For Search And Rescue
Author(s): W. J. Engbrecht
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A Basic, Highly Maintainable Airborne Video Tape Recorder/Reproducer
Author(s): P. F. Muraco
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Compact Video Tape Recorders Of Exceptional Performance And Reliability
Author(s): Don J. Cochran; Alex R. Maxey
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A Small High-Performance Videotape Recorder For Military Airborne Applications
Author(s): Donald B. MacLeod
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Ultra High Data Rate Digital Recording
Author(s): J. S. Griffin
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Digital Recording Of Video Signals Up To 50 Mhz
Author(s): Charles F. Spitzer
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Applications And Economic Considerations Affecting The Selection Of High Environment Video Recorder Systems
Author(s): Sidney S. Damron
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Quality Potential For Vkr's
Author(s): William A. Palmer
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Development Of Teledyne Video Recording Systems ; Progression Of State Of The Art In Film Recording
Author(s): R. J. Deterville
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TKR-16 Video Film Recorder
Author(s): J.. Vandenborn
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A Compact, Rugged Super-8MM VKR System
Author(s): Douglas L. Clark
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Pave Spike Video Film Recorder
Author(s): Curtis D. Solheim
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A New Solution To Radar Recording Problems
Author(s): William R . Woody; Edward J. Herman
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Projecting The Image
Author(s): R. H. Lawrence
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Dual Super-8 Laser Beam Recorder
Author(s): Samuel Bousky
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Scanning With Integrated Optics
Author(s): John F. Cunniff
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Near Real Time, Dry Process Laser Recorder For Airborne Video Recording
Author(s): P. I. Sampath; J. A. Norcross
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Color Or Multispectral Laser Recording On Black And White Film
Author(s): Stephen L . Corsover
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Kdi Image Test And Evalvation System
Author(s): R. B. York; M. R. Cone
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Electronic Measurement Procedures For Laser Recorders
Author(s): John Corcoran
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Recorder Video Processing For Image Enhancement
Author(s): Mark Rosen
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A Truly Airworthy Video Disc Recorder/Reproducer Results In Unique Capabilities
Author(s): Paul Bartley; Stephen McWilliams
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Optical Coatings Position Laser Scans
Author(s): Edward D. Hartfield
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An Airborne Real-Time Multispectral Video Processor
Author(s): L. H. Roberts
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