1 February 1991 Infrared signal processing using a liquid crystal television
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Optical Engineering, 30(2), (1991). doi:10.1117/12.55785
Abstract
The ability of an inexpensive liquid crystal television to modulate both coherent and incoherent infrared light is reported. Experiments demonstrating light modulation for wavelengths between 0.8 μm and 1.1 μm have been performed. Potential applications to dynamic lR scene simulators, compact joint transform correlators, and novel electron trapping processors are described.
Suganda Jutamulia, George M. Storti, William M. Seiderman, Joseph Lindmayer, Don A. Gregory, "Infrared signal processing using a liquid crystal television," Optical Engineering 30(2), (1 February 1991). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.55785
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Liquid crystals

Infrared imaging

Modulation

Optical correlators

Polarizers

Video

Infrared radiation

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