Analysis of a multipurpose electro-optical signal processor
Powers, John Patrick
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This report contains an analysis of the technology required for the operation of an electro-optical signal processor. The individual elements consisting of light emitting diodes, photographic transparencies and charge coupled device (CCD) imaging devices were considered for feasibility of use and potential limitations to system response or applications. Primarily, the system frequency response and dynamic range is restricted by the CCD imaging device. Other trade-offs in the design and application of the system are also indicated.
NPS Report NumberNPS-52Po74051
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