1 December 1976 Infrared Technology Fundamentals
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Abstract
Application of infrared technology to problems in a systems engineering effort must be based upon an understanding of target-background-atmospheric radiation interactions as well as electro-optical systems and their components. This paper presents a brief tutorial review of these fundamentals in a treatment derived from the long-standing University of Michigan Engineering Summer Conference and ERIM's short course on this topic.
G. J. Zissis, "Infrared Technology Fundamentals," Optical Engineering 15(6), 156484 (1 December 1976). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7972032 . Submission:
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