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Comparison of an NVG Model with Experiments to Elucidate Temporal Behaviour
 

Summary: Comparison of an NVG Model with Experiments to Elucidate
Temporal Behaviour
Paul J. Thomas1
, Robert S. Allison2
, Sion Jennings3
, Todd Macuda3
, James Zacher2
, Henok
Mehbratu2
, Richard Hornsey2
1
Topaz Technology Inc., Toronto, Canada
2
York University, Department of Computer Science, Toronto, Canada
3
National Research Council of Canada, Institute for Aerospace Research, Ottawa, Canada
ABSTRACT
Expected temporal effects in a night vision goggle (NVG) include the fluorescence time constant, charge depletion at
high signal levels, the response time of the automatic gain control (AGC) and other internal modulations in the NVG.
There is also the possibility of physical damage or other non-reversible effects in response to large transient signals. To

  

Source: Allison, Robert - Department of Computer Science, York University (Toronto)

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences; Biology and Medicine