20 December 1993 Small-format airborne recording: NAC flyable high-bandwidth analog recorders
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NAC Inc. of Tokyo, together with NACoUS of Woodland Hills, California has for several years been developing a recorder, the V-315, for high bandwidth image signals such as those output by sensors for various reconnaissance applications. Such sensors have rapidly advanced in recent years. In order to check full system compatibility with such sensors, NAC's engineering model was integrated and subjected to (benign environment) flight testing last year. As a result of these successful tests, the decision was made to proceed to the development of pre-production units (the `flyable' units) of the V-315 for more extensive flight testing. Flyable High Bandwidth Analog Recorders are now in the final stages of development as described below.
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Akira Kikuchi, David A. Darg, and David W. Hutton "Small-format airborne recording: NAC flyable high-bandwidth analog recorders", Proc. SPIE 2023, Airborne Reconnaissance XVII, (20 December 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.165515; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.165515


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