image intensifier

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image intensifier


image tube

(Electronics) any of various devices for amplifying the intensity of an optical image, sometimes used in conjunction with an image converter
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85-millimeter diameter of image intensifier tube' (IIT) set by the Bids and Awards Committee (BAC) is the requirement demanded by our units operating in the field.
and with the advent of image intensifier CRIF with K-wire percutaneously under image intensifier has given better results, faster healing, faster return of daily activities and faster rehabilitation.
If you leave your NVD on all the time, eventually the image intensifier burns out.
I have seen these stars again by looking through an image intensifier device, but the narrow field of view and artificial color does not duplicate the experience.
used the image intensifier with a microscope to take pictures of Noctiluca miliaris, a tiny sea creature that gives the ocean its phosphorescent glow when present in large numbers.
The image intensifier is almost a perfect technology.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 15, 2013-Exelis awarded contract to provide advanced image intensifier tubes for night vision(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
ITT Exelis (NYSE: XLS) has been awarded a contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane to supply up to 4500 Generation 3 high performance advanced image intensifier tubes to be used in existing ground and aviation night vision devices for the United States Special Operations Command.
This core module is composed of a high performance image intensifier coupled to a CCD sensor.
This innovative technology allows completely new imaging possibilities for mobile C-arms with image intensifier in vascular surgery.
72 rating); AN/PVS-24A Individual Weapon Night Sight Image Intensifier (4.
Acknowledging the high failure rates of Generation 4 tubes, ITT Industries (which together with Litton Industries provides the bulk of image intensifier tubes and systems for night vision devices manufactured in the United States) chose to improve upon the existing Generation 3 technology and develop a "thin-filmed" image intensifier tube.

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