21 August 2001 Large-aperture passive millimeter-wave pushbroom camera
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TRW has developed a new passive millimeter wave camera for the Navy using its unique Millimeter Wave Monolithic Integrated Circuit (MMIC) technology. It operates as a pushbroom or scanning imager and can be utilized for missions that do not require as rapid a frame rate as in video-rate imagery. It is designed as a large-aperture, wide-field-of-view camera. Its focal plane consists of two rows of MMIC-based direct detection receivers and provides full sampling of the imaged scene.
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Philip Moffa, Philip Moffa, Larry Yujiri, Larry Yujiri, Hiroshi H. Agravante, Hiroshi H. Agravante, Giovanni De Amici, Giovanni De Amici, David Dixon, David Dixon, Steven W. Fornaca, Steven W. Fornaca, Charles M. Jackson, Charles M. Jackson, Talbot Jaeger, Talbot Jaeger, Karen Jordan, Karen Jordan, Randolph Quon, Randolph Quon, Kent A. Rasmussen, Kent A. Rasmussen, Thomas K. Samec, Thomas K. Samec, Merit Shoucri, Merit Shoucri, "Large-aperture passive millimeter-wave pushbroom camera", Proc. SPIE 4373, Passive Millimeter-Wave Imaging Technology V, (21 August 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.438130; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.438130


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