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Laser Range Instrumentation
Editor(s): William C. Russell

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Volume Number: 0011
Date Published: 1 July 1967

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Alternatives To Q-Spoiled Ruby Rangefinders
Author(s): Fred W. Quelle Jr.
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Fail-Safe Optical System For Laser Rangefinder
Author(s): Herbert D. Korones
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A Laser Tracking/Range Measuring System
Author(s): M. C. Watkins
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Optical Ranging Utilizing Atmospheric Dispersion To Correct For Air Density Variations
Author(s): James C. Owens; K. B. Earnshaw
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Atmospheric Effects On The Beam Propagation Of The Xm-23 Laser Rangefinder
Author(s): Paul H. Deitz
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GB-Lidar System
Author(s): Murphy J. Landry; Jerrel R. Lochner
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A Ruby-Laser System For Satellite Ranging
Author(s): C. G. Lehr; L. A. Maestre; P. H. Anderson
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Theoretical And Experimental Aspects Of Laser Photography
Author(s): Brian J. Thompson M.D.
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Afcrla Lunar Laser Range And Photography Instrumentation
Author(s): D. H. Eckhardt,; M. S. Hunt; R. L. Iliff
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Electro Optical Shaft Angle Encoder Utilizing Laser Interferometry
Author(s): R. D. Kroeger
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An Operating Three Axis Laser Gyro Triad
Author(s): Helmut M. Volk; Joseph E. Killpatrick
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The Automatic Laser Tracker
Author(s): B. P. Fitzgerald
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