1 February 1985 Liquid-Crystal-Based Visible-To-Infrared Dynamic Image Converter
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The development of a liquid-crystal-based visible-to-IR dynamic image converter (VIDIC) is described. Liquid crystal studies in the IR as well as the structure, operation, and preliminary performance results of a 10.6 um VIDIC are reported.
U. Efron, U. Efron, S. T. Wu, S. T. Wu, L. D. Hess, L. D. Hess, J. Grinberg, J. Grinberg, } "Liquid-Crystal-Based Visible-To-Infrared Dynamic Image Converter," Optical Engineering 24(1), 241111 (1 February 1985). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7973436 . Submission:
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