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23 December 1985 Real Time Issues For Visible Spectrum Tactical Reconnaissance
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This paper highlights, in a very general sense, some of the issues, challenges and opportunities involved in developing and employing visible spectrum electro-optic systems for tactical reconnaissance. Visible spectrum electro-optic systems are viewed from some of the technical and management issues associated with the move from film into electro-optics. The challenge of retaining the high-resolution capability present in today's systems while transitioning into electro-optic systems is presented in terms of data rate management and handling. The paper concludes that the transition from film-based systems to electro-optic systems will be evolutionary rather than revolutionary.
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Larry Krull "Real Time Issues For Visible Spectrum Tactical Reconnaissance", Proc. SPIE 0561, Airborne Reconnaissance IX, (23 December 1985); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.949644
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