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2 July 1999 Asymmetric spatial filtering in a trilevel laser scanner system
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Abstract
In Tri-level xerography, the control of the modulated levels creates a new set of problems, which did not plague the usual binary levels in normal xerography. One of the many concerns is controlling overshoot of the mid-level exposure so that the signal does not invade into the high-level exposure. Another concern is to maintain adequate signal width, which correlates well with the desired output pattern.
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Anthony Ang "Asymmetric spatial filtering in a trilevel laser scanner system", Proc. SPIE 3787, Optical Scanning: Design and Application, (2 July 1999); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.351654
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