21 August 1998 Passive millimeter-wave video camera
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A passive millimeter-wave (PMMW) camera capable of generating a real time display of the imaged scene, similar to video cameras, has been developed at TRW and is undergoing field testing. The camera operates at 89 GHz, acquiring images at a frame rate of 17 Hz. This work reports on the video imaging generated by the camera. This research is carried out under the Passive Millimeter-Wave Camera Consortium, a cost-shared program between the Defense Advanced Research Programs Agency and an industrial consortium that includes Honeywell, McDonnell Douglas and TRW. It is managed for the Department of Defense by NASA-LaRC.
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Larry Yujiri, Larry Yujiri, Hiroshi H. Agravante, Hiroshi H. Agravante, Steven W. Fornaca, Steven W. Fornaca, Bruce I. Hauss, Bruce I. Hauss, Ronald L. Johnson, Ronald L. Johnson, Roger T. Kuroda, Roger T. Kuroda, Bill H. Quon, Bill H. Quon, Arlen W. Rowe, Arlen W. Rowe, Thomas K. Samec, Thomas K. Samec, Merit Shoucri, Merit Shoucri, Karen E. Yokoyama, Karen E. Yokoyama, "Passive millimeter-wave video camera", Proc. SPIE 3378, Passive Millimeter-Wave Imaging Technology II, (21 August 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.319397; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.319397


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