By Richard H. Vollmerhausen
Advances in reliable kingdom detector arrays, flat panel monitors, and electronic picture processing have brought on an expanding number of sampled imaging items and probabilities. those know-how advancements offer new possibilities and difficulties for the layout engineer and approach analyst--this tutorial's meant reader.
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16 and the square wave input voltage shown in the figure. The input voltage is a scan of the bar target (with infinitesimal detector size) converted to time by the scan velocity. The target is a rectangular bar which produces a quick rise in detector voltage and then a quick drop in detector voltage. The detector voltage is the circuit input signal, and the circuit output voltage is driving the display. 16 Low pass filter (a) and input signal (b). 40) where the initial current is zero. Taking the Fourier transform of the equation gives Vin (ω) = 1 I (ω) + I (ω) R.
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