1 July 1994 Polygonal scanners for television and high-definition television laser projectors: spatial and temporal tolerances versus resolution
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J. of Electronic Imaging, 3(3), (1994). doi:10.1117/12.180510
Abstract
The advances in the technology of high-performance polygonal scanners, both for laser beam typesetting and the projection of computer-generated images, meet the requirements for laser beam projection of high-definition television (HDTV) onto large screens: screen widths in the order of 30 m (approximately 100 ft). We illustrate the interrelationship between the scanned image quality resolution for laser beam projected TV and HDTV, and the scanner design and manufacturing tolerances-spatial and temporal. Guidelines are provided for system designers to calculate and trade off the specification tolerances for a polygonal scanning subsystem.
Gerald F. Marshall, Gerald A. Rynkowski, Mehrdad Ketabchi, "Polygonal scanners for television and high-definition television laser projectors: spatial and temporal tolerances versus resolution," Journal of Electronic Imaging 3(3), (1 July 1994). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.180510
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