8 March 1982 Designing For Stray Radiation Rejection
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Abstract
Detecting weak targets in the presence of a strong backgroud or an out of field source requires an optical system that can reject unwanted signals. Properly designed baffles can prevent unwanted energy from reaching a focal plane or detector. To illustrate basic baffle design techniques and resulting benefits, the stray radiation analysis of a typical heat seeking missle is presented.
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Janet S. Fender, Janet S. Fender, } "Designing For Stray Radiation Rejection", Proc. SPIE 0302, Infrared Technology for Target Detection and Classification, (8 March 1982); doi: 10.1117/12.932634; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.932634
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