15 July 1997 Recent progress in large dynamic resistor arrays
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An addressable mosaic array of resistively heated microbridges offers the potential to project accurate dynamic infrared (IR) imagery. The main purpose of this imagery is to be used in the evaluation of IR instruments from seekers to FLIRs. With the growing development of lower cost uncooled IR imagers, scene projectors also offer the potential for dynamic testing of these new instruments. In past years we have described developments in a variety of IR projectors systems designed for different purposes. In this paper we will describe recent developments in these technologies aimed at improving or understanding temporal and radiative performance.
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Barry E. Cole, Barry E. Cole, Robert E. Higashi, Robert E. Higashi, Jeff A. Ridley, Jeff A. Ridley, J. Holmen, J. Holmen, Earl Thomas Benser, Earl Thomas Benser, Robert G. Stockbridge, Robert G. Stockbridge, Robert Lee Murrer, Robert Lee Murrer, Lawrence E. Jones, Lawrence E. Jones, Eddie Burroughs, Eddie Burroughs, } "Recent progress in large dynamic resistor arrays", Proc. SPIE 3084, Technologies for Synthetic Environments: Hardware-in-the-Loop Testing II, (15 July 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.280971; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.280971

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