1 March 1994 Standard charge-coupled device cameras for video speckle interferometry
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Abstract
Commercially available CCD cameras adapted to standard television signal transmission have been analyzed for use in video speckle interferometry. Their relevant performance characteristics are described and the selection criteria for the different camera systems that are offered are discussed. It is shown that the requirements that are specific for video speckle interferometry often favor the use of cameras based on the interline transfer principle rather than frame transfer devices, especially when pulsed lasers are applied.
Rudie Spooren, Rudie Spooren, } "Standard charge-coupled device cameras for video speckle interferometry," Optical Engineering 33(3), (1 March 1994). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.160929 . Submission:
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