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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 0694

Airborne Reconnaissance X
Editor(s): Paul A. Henkel; Francis R. LaGesse
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 0694
Date Published: 20 February 1987
Softcover: 26 papers (176) pages
ISBN: 9780892527298

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Forest Fire Advanced System Technology (Ffast) Conceptual Design Study
Author(s): J. David Nichols; John R. Warren
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Airborne Minefield Detection And Reconnaissance System (AMIDARS)
Author(s): Collene Nelsen
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Sensor Control/Data Display Set (SC/DDS) For Film And/Or Electro Optics (EO)
Author(s): W. Fishell; J. Rader
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Video Data Link Provides Television Pictures In Near Real Time Via Tactical Radio And Satellite Channels
Author(s): Richard V. Hartman
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Real-Time Reconnaissance: An Engineering Perspective
Author(s): Norman W. Boese; Anthony S. Clark
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An Approach To Collection Management
Author(s): Peter D. Howes
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Airborne Tactical Application Of The DCRS
Author(s): Richard W. Taylor
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Magnetic Recording For Near Real Time Reconnaissance Applications
Author(s): W. D. Kessler
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Synchronizing Video Signals To Standard IRIG Time Codes
Author(s): Lester Turner
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Design Considerations For High-Speed Transform Image Compression
Author(s): Gosta Lemne; Bo Johansson
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Optical Sensor Demands On Real-Time Reconnaissance Data Transmission
Author(s): Max C. McAhron
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Datalink Design Trade-Offs For Electro-Optical Reconnaissance Systems
Author(s): William N. Waggener
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Airborne Reconnoissance Pod Flijht Test
Author(s): P. Henkel; R. Sturz
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Sensor Configuration For A Short To Medium Range Reconnaissance Pod
Author(s): Ingvar H. Johansson
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Measuring From Long Range Oblique Photography (LOROP)
Author(s): Glen C. Gustafson; Franz Leberl; Erwin Kienegger
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Millimeter-Wave Imaging Sensor
Author(s): William J. Wilson; Anthony C. Ibbott; Gary S. Parks; William B. Ricketts
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Tactical E-O Reconnaissance Results
Author(s): William E. Lawson
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Display And Exploitation Of High-Resolution Reconnaissance Imagery
Author(s): Alan P. Krema; Victor J. Szeplaki
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Changes To The Spectral Sensitization Of An Aerial Film Which Improve Product Performance
Author(s): N. Allan Weiser; John V. Baccoli
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Considerations For A Low-Altitude Reconnaissance System
Author(s): Ralph Wight
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Advanced CCD Reconnaissance Detector
Author(s): A. Lareau; C. Chandler
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Imaging Through The Atmosphere For Airborne Reconnaissance
Author(s): N. S. Kopeika
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Arguments For Electro-Optical Reconnaissance Systems
Author(s): Robert L. Skillen
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Softcopy Versus Hardcopy
Author(s): Pierre Demathieu
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Recent Developments In Infrared Data Processing
Author(s): William L. McCracken
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Panel Discussion: Near Real Time Imagery Intelligence How Will We Do It?
Author(s): Arthur A. Andraitis; Alfred C. Crane; George Daniels; Johnny Graham; Francis R. LaGesse
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