3 November 2000 Image intensifier tube performance is what matters
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Abstract
Image Intensifiers are used in a wide range of applications including observation, industrial instrumentation, analytical instrumentation and scientific research. Characterization of image intensifier tubes by means of Generation designation provides only information about the tube configuration and does not tell anything about its actual performance. In this paper we will describe which parameters determine the performance of Image Intensifiers and ICCD's and how these behave under different circumstances. Performance data will be given for a number of DEP tubes.
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Leon A. Bosch, Leon A. Bosch, } "Image intensifier tube performance is what matters", Proc. SPIE 4128, Image Intensifiers and Applications II, (3 November 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.405867; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.405867
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