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23 June 1983 Development Of A High Frame Rate Infrared Digital Imagery System For Characterizing Battlefield Events
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A digital thermal imagery system which operates at TV frame rates has been developed for the US Army Atmospheric Sciences Laboratory. The system has been developed from principally commercially available components with appropriate interfaces, control electronics and software custom designed by OptiMetrics personnel. The system can acquire and store 15 minutes of 8-bit dynamic range thermal imagery at the rate of 30 frames per second. The data can be replayed, reduced and processed under the control of an HP 1000 minicomputer immediately after recording at the field measurement site.
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Scott M. Singer, Timothy J. Rogne, Frederick G. Smith, and Kenneth O. White "Development Of A High Frame Rate Infrared Digital Imagery System For Characterizing Battlefield Events", Proc. SPIE 0356, Field Measurement and Calibration Using Electro-Optical Equipment, (23 June 1983); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.934035
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