1 November 1963 Infrared Today & Tomorrow
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Abstract
The nature of infrared radiation and its transmission through the atmos pheric constituents up to the entrance window of an optical system are described. The current state-of-the-art of infrared technology, both civilian and military, is outlined, and some future improvements and developments are predicted on a basis of extrapolations of present equipment and component capabilities.
Irving J Spiro, Irving J Spiro, } "Infrared Today & Tomorrow," Optical Engineering 2(1), 020106 (1 November 1963). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971262 . Submission:
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