29 January 1992 Front Matter: Volume 2075
Proceedings Volume 2075, Passive Sensors; 207501 (1992) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2300229
Event: Infrared Information Symposia, 1991, Ann Arbor, MI, United States
Abstract
This PDF file contains the front matter associated with SPIE Proceedings Volume 2075, including the Title Page, Copyright information, Table of Contents, and Conference Committee listing.

THE USE OF DIFFRACTIVE OPTICAL ELEMENTS IN 3-5 MICROMETER OPTICAL SYSTEMS, C.W. Chen and J.S. Anderson, Hughes Aircraft Company

D.C. RESTORATION OF COMMON MODULE FLIRs, W.F. O’Neil, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Baltimore, MD

DITHERED SCAN DETECTOR COMPENSATION, W.F. O’Neil, Westinghouse Electric Corporation Baltimore, MD

METHOD FOR REGISTERING LOW RESOLUTION IR SENSOR IMAGES WITH SECOND GENERATION FLIR SENSORS, J.G. Romanski and K.R. Wegner, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Baltimore, MD

APPLICATION OF 3-D NOISE TO MRTD PREDICTION, L. Scott, J. D’Agostino and C. Webb, U.S. Army Night Vision and Electro-Optics Directorate Ft.Belvoir, VA

HUMAN TARGET DETECTION USING THERMAL SYSTEMS, B.L. O’Kane, M.D. Crenshaw, J. D’Agostino and D. Tomkinson, Night Vision and Electro-Optics Directorate, Ft. Belvoir, VA

MODELS OF NONLINEARITIES IN FOCAL PLANE ARRAYS, J.P. Karins, Mission Research Corporation, Newington, VA; J. Hornstein, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC

PRODUCIBLE HIGH PERFORMANCE LWIR PV HgCdTe STARING FOCAL PLANE ARRAYS, D.J. Gulbransen, J.K. Kojiro and C.G. Whitney, Hughes Aircraft Company, Canoga Park, CA; R.O. Mascitelli, T.L. Koch and M.S. Langell, Santa Barbara Research Center, Goleta, CA; A.J. Justice and D.F. Murphy, Hughes Aircraft Company, Carlsbad, CA

HIGH PERFORMANCE 256 x 256 HYBRID HgCdTe MRIR FOCAL PLANE ARRAYS, R.B. Bailey, L.J. Koslowski, J.K. Chen, G. Bostrup, D. Bui, and K. Vural Rockwell International Science Center, Thousand Oaks, CA

640 × 480 PACE HgCdTe-FPA DEVELOPMENT FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE FLIRS, L.J. Kozlowski, D. Lo, R.B. Bailey, K. Vural, E.R. Gertner, D.D. Edwall, S.J. Irvine and W.E. Tennant, Rockwell International Science Center, Thousand Oaks, CA

ADVANCED LINEAR DRIVE CRYOCOOLERS AT HUGHES AIRCRAFT, G.R. Pruitt, R.L. Berry, A.S. Loc, Hughes Electron Dynamics Division, Torrance, CA

ANALOG NONUNIFORMITY CORRECTION FOR HIGHLY INTEGRATED STARING FOCAL PLANE ASSEMBLIES, M.A. Massie, Amber Engineering Incorporated, Goleta, CA

LOCAL CONTRAST ENHANCEMENT OF IR IMAGES, J.Silverman, Rome Laboratory, Hanscom, AFB, MA

A COMPLETE END-TO-END INFRARED SENSOR CAD SYSTEM, THE KEY TO AFFORDABLE FOCAL PLANE DESIGNS, M.A. Massie, Amber Engineering Incorporated, Goleta, CA

CHARGE CAPACITY AND NONUNIFORMITY LIMITED PERFORMANCE, J.D. Calvert and F.B. Tarnay, Loral Aeronutronic, Newport Beach, CA

THE MODELING OF SPATIAL AND DIRECTIONAL NOISE IN FLIR 90, PART 1: A 3-D NOISE ANALYSIS METHODOLOGY, J.A. D’Agostino, U.S. Army Center For Night Vision and Electro-Optics, Ft. Belvoir, VA

DEPENDENCE OF STARING SENSOR UNIFORMITY ON BACKGROUND FLUX AND FOCAL PLANE TEMPERATURE, J. Kerrigan, Loral Infrared and Imagining Systems, Lexington, MA

A VARIABLE-PARAMETER TEST BED FOR FLIR TECHNOLOGY EVALUATION, C. Coles, J. Franks, and J. Metschuleit, Amber Engineering Inc, Goleta, CA

DEVELOPMENT OF THE ROCKWELL INFRARED AIR TURBULENCE IMAGING SENSOR (RIATIS), H.M. Charles Liaw, I.W. Philpott, Rockwell International Corp., Cedar Rapids, IA

REPORT ON FLIR/DISPLAY WORKSHOP, L. Biberman and C.F. Freeman, Center for Night Vision and Electro-Optics, Ft. Belvoir, VA

DISPLAY OF SAMPLED IMAGERY, R. Vollmerhausen, U.S. Army Center for Night Vision and Electro Optics, Ft. Belvoir, VA

AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF SAMPLING ON FLIR PERFORMANCE, J. D’Agostino, M. Friedman, R. LaFollette and M. Crenshaw, Center for Night Vision and Electro-Optics, Ft. Belvoir, VA

LABORATORY ANALYSIS OF DISCRETELY SAMPLED THERMAL IMAGING SYSTEMS, C.M. Webb, Center for Night Vision and Electro-Optics, Ft. Belvoir, VA

PHENOMENOLOGY/SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF PLATINUM SILICIDE, INDIUM ANTIMONIDE, AND MERCURY-CADMIUM-TELLURIDE DETECTOR PERFORMANCE IN THE 3 TO 5 MICROMETER INFRARED BAND FOR AIR-TO-GROUND APPLICATIONS, J.J. Lange, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, R.R. Sandys, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH

DESIGN CRITERIA FOR HELICOPTER NIGHT PILOTAGE SENSORS, R.H. Vollmerhausen and C.J. Nash, U.S. Army Center for Night Vision and Electro-Optics, Ft. Belvoir, VA

TEMPERATURE EVALUATED MINE POSITION SURVEY (TEMPS) APPLICATION OF DUAL-BAND INFRARED METHODOLOGY, N. Del Grande, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA

AUTHOR INDEX

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