10 October 2003 Real-time processing and hard disk storage of high-bandwidth IR FPA data streams
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This article presents strategies, implementations and applications of handling infrared FPA data streams at high data rates on most recent standard PCs. Those data streams require maximum data throughput of modern PCs. Real-time non-uniformity correction (gain and offset correction) of those high speed infrared FPA data streams will be discussed. The performance of PC based systems for Real-Time data Acquisition and data Hard Disk Storage (RT-AHDS) will be described in more detail. Some of the Thermosensorik systems for use in research and development, as well as in in-line testing systems in industry for various applications will be presented. This paper describes some of the demanding tasks for the PC based concept, as well as some major advantages.
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Juergen Zettner, Juergen Zettner, Christian Peppermueller, Christian Peppermueller, Oliver Schreer, Oliver Schreer, Thomas Hierl, Thomas Hierl, } "Real-time processing and hard disk storage of high-bandwidth IR FPA data streams", Proc. SPIE 5074, Infrared Technology and Applications XXIX, (10 October 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.498472; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.498472
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