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12 December 1981 Itek Model 2KL Sensor: The Mini-Electro-Optical Imaging System (Mini EOIS)
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In its continuing development of electro-optical systems for reconnaissance and surveillance, Itek Optical Systems has produced a rugged, small, and inexpensive sensor for a variety of applications, including throw-away missions. The basic sensing element of the Model 2KL sensor is a derivative of the 2,048 x 96-element time delay and integrate (TDI) charge coupled device (CCD) described in SPIE Volume 175. The sensing device is designed into a small package that features high-resolution digital processing, flexible output data format, and compatibility with a wide range of interchangeable objective lenses.
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William J. Abrams and Frederick J. Gilligan "Itek Model 2KL Sensor: The Mini-Electro-Optical Imaging System (Mini EOIS)", Proc. SPIE 0309, Airborne Reconnaissance V, (12 December 1981); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.932758
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