8 August 2003 Goodrich DB-110 system: multiband operation today and tomorrow
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The Goodrich DB-110 system is discussed in terms of its basic design and concept. An operational platform utilizing the DB-110 system known as the Reconnaissance Airborne Pod for the TORnado (RAPTOR) aircraft is overviewed describing the complete automatic turnkey operation of the system. Dual-band imagery from RAPTOR displays DB-110's imaging capability for long, medium, and short standoff range as well as over-flight mission performance. Additionally, enhancing the resolution and other multi-spectral and Hyper-spectral formats of the DB-110 system are introduced as evidence of future products based on the present DB-110 system.
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Davis Lange, Davis Lange, William Abrams, William Abrams, Mrinal A. Iyengar, Mrinal A. Iyengar, Richard Lane, Richard Lane, Agostino Defrietas, Agostino Defrietas, } "Goodrich DB-110 system: multiband operation today and tomorrow", Proc. SPIE 5109, Airborne Reconnaissance XXVII, (8 August 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.502763; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.502763
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