15 November 1993 Performance characteristics of a 12-mm-active-diameter image tube
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A 12 mm active diameter proximity focused MCP image intensifier tube has been developed having a typical limiting resolution of 45 lp/mm, and a luminous gain of 1E4 fL/fc at 960 V, and a mass of 24 g. In produces about the same number of pixels in its active area as an 18 mm active diameter image tube having a limiting resolution of 32 lp/mm and a mass of 51 g. Its equivalent background input at 23 degree(s)C is essentially the same as an 18 mm tube; i.e., 2E-11 lm/cm2. This 12 mm tube is well suited for use in small and lightweight low light level direct-view systems and TV cameras.
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C. Bruce Johnson, C. Bruce Johnson, Norm D. Wodecki, Norm D. Wodecki, Albert J. Lieber, Albert J. Lieber, Peter Karl Trost, Peter Karl Trost, David W. Doll, David W. Doll, "Performance characteristics of a 12-mm-active-diameter image tube", Proc. SPIE 1952, Surveillance Technologies and Imaging Components, (15 November 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.161403; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.161403
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