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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 0259

Millimeter Optics
Editor(s): George A. Tanton
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 0259
Date Published: 27 February 1981
Softcover: 26 papers (190) pages
ISBN: 9780892522880

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State-Of-The-Art In Coherent Near-mm Detectors
Author(s): Peter E. Tannenwald
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New Indium Phosphide Sources
Author(s): L. Wandinger
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Cw Submillimeter Wave Laser Pumped By An rf-Excited CO[sub]2[/sub] Waveguide Laser
Author(s): M. S. Tobin
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Operation Of A Gyrotron At The Fundamental And Second Harmonic
Author(s): R. J. Temkin; K. E. Kreischer
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The U.S. Army Program For Improving Near-Millimeter Wave Power And Energy Standards
Author(s): M. L. Fecteau
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Characteristics And Applications Of Ag[sub]2[/sub]S Films In The Millimeter Wavelength Region
Author(s): Tsung-Yuan Hsu; Harry Buhay; Narayan P. Murarka
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High Frequency Silicon Impact Ionization Avalanche Transit Time (IMPATT) Sources Beyond 100 GHz
Author(s): K. Chang; M. Morishita; C. Sun
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Overview Of Near Millimeter Wave Propagation
Author(s): Walter A. Flood
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Millimeter Wave Propagation Modeling
Author(s): Vincent J. Falcone; Leonard W. Abreu
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Long Path Absorption Cells For Millimeter Waves
Author(s): Gary G. Gimmestad; Ronald A. Bohlander
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Millimeter Wave Imaging Radiometer With Optical Design Features
Author(s): J. M. Schuchardt; J. M. Newton; T. P. Morton
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Comparison Of Near-Millimeter Wave And Infrared Propagation Under Conditions Of Low Visibility
Author(s): Dorathy A. Stewart
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Effects Of The H[sub]2[/sub]O Molecular Interactions On The Absorption Line Shape
Author(s): C. C. Sung
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Why The Military Interest In Near-Millimeter Wave Imaging?
Author(s): Paul W. Kruse
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Performance Of A Passive And Active Optical Imager In The Near-mm Wave Part Of The Spectrum
Author(s): G. T. Wijntjes; N. J. E. Johnson
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Electronically Scanned Phased Arrays For Near Millimeter Wave Imaging In A Dynamic Tactical Environment
Author(s): V. J. Corcoran
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Synthetic-Aperture Techniques At Near-Millimeter Wavelengths
Author(s): Carl C. Aleksoff
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An Atmospheric Limit On Submillimeter Wave Imaging: Observations Of High Visibility Fringes
Author(s): G. A. Tanton; R. L. Morgan; W. G. Otten; J. G. Castle
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Active/Passive Near-Millimeter Wave Imaging For Tactical Applications
Author(s): Frank B. Foote; Earl E. Reber; Dean T. Hodges
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Performance Evaluation Of Passive Millimeter Wavelength Sensors In The Detection Of Point Targets
Author(s): R. Y. Pan; H. G. Pascalar
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Millimeter Optics: A System Application Overview
Author(s): Charles R. Seashore
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Submillimeter Modeling Of Millimeter Radar Systems
Author(s): J. Waldman; H. R. Fetterman; W. D. Goodhue; T. G. Bryant; D. H. Temme
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Application Of Millimeter-Wave Remote Sensing To The Investigation Of Comets
Author(s): Robert W. Hobbs; John C. Brandt; Stephen P. Maran; John S. Chitwood; Rudolph K. Larsen; Charles Katz; Stanley Becker; Ronald M. Rudish; Ross K. Hendricks; Paul Swanson
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Millimeter-Wave Beamrider And Radar Systems
Author(s): R. W. McMillan; R. G. Shackelford; J. J. Gallagher
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Frequency Modulated (FM) And Amplitude Modulated (AM) In Millimeter Radar Due To Vibrating Structures
Author(s): P. Martin Alexander
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An Incoherent Optoelectronics Millimeter-Wave Receiver
Author(s): Kenneth J. Schlager
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