1 July 1994 Review of infrared scene projector technology-1993
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The importance of testing IR imagers and missile seekers with realistic IR scenes warrants a review of the current technologies used in dynamic infrared scene projection. These technologies include resistive arrays, deformable mirror arrays, mirror membrane devices, liquid crystal light valves, laser writers, laser diode arrays, and CRTs. Other methods include frustrated total internal reflection, thermoelectric devices, galvanic cells, Bly cells, and vanadium dioxide. A description of each technology is presented along with a discussion of their relative benefits and disadvantages. The current state of each methodology is also summarized. Finally, the methods are compared and contrasted in terms of their performance parameters.
Ronald G. Driggers, Ronald G. Driggers, Kenneth J. Barnard, Kenneth J. Barnard, Eddie Burroughs, Eddie Burroughs, Raymond Gerard Deep, Raymond Gerard Deep, Owen M. Williams, Owen M. Williams, } "Review of infrared scene projector technology-1993," Optical Engineering 33(7), (1 July 1994). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.172899 . Submission:
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