1 August 1989 Design Options For Optically Restructuring Damaged Image Detectors
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Engineering guidelines are presented for selecting and implementing a method to optically restructure a damaged detector. Under certain conditions, undamaged areas of a detector can be coalesced to maintain recording continuity of a two-dimensional object scene with minimal loss of total detector area. This goal can be achieved by using relay lenses in specific arrangements and in some cases by locating a biprism or a coherent fiber bundle near an image surface. Optical correction and performance are identified with the parameters of detector and damage sizes.
E. A. Igel, M. Kristiansen, "Design Options For Optically Restructuring Damaged Image Detectors," Optical Engineering 28(8), 288854 (1 August 1989). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7977046
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