26 September 1965 Data Recording For A Digital Television Spectrometer
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The video data supplied by the DITS (digital television spectrometer) camera is produced in such large quantities and at such a high rate that some form of automated data reduction is necessary. The data are recorded on both photographic film and magnetic tape. The film provides a rapid means for editing the data, while the magnetic tape preserved the accuracy of the data and stores it in a form compatible for computer processing.
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H. E. Zieman, H. E. Zieman, D. I. Underwood, D. I. Underwood, H. I. Ziegler, H. I. Ziegler, } "Data Recording For A Digital Television Spectrometer", Proc. SPIE 0003, Electronic Imaging Techniques, (26 September 1965); doi: 10.1117/12.970952; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.970952

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