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1 July 1992 Inexpensive data collection system for infrared cameras
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The production of low co t IR focal plane array cameras at Cincinnati Electronics has generated a need for an equally low cost data collection system A data capture board is described that has been developed to allow easy interfacing to CE s ( amera products and to provide control and status signals required for detector characterizations The board may be used in any ISA bus compatible computer and provides a simple 16 bit parallel data interface that O( rates up to 4 megawords/sec Up to 8 megawords is stored on-board and multiple boards may be operated concurrently for systems that have multiple OUtpUt5. In addition to the ISA bus, the board has been successfully interfaced to an HP 425S UNIX workstation.
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Harold Al Timlin, John J. Forsthoefel, and Timothy D. Kaiser "Inexpensive data collection system for infrared cameras", Proc. SPIE 1686, Test and Evaluation of IR Detectors and Arrays II, (1 July 1992); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.60520
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