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ISBN-10: 0780370414

ISBN-13: 9780780370418

The themes during this textual content comprise: audio and electro-acoustics; layout and implementation of DSP structures; photograph and multidimensional sign processing; speech processing; DSP chips and architectures; communique applied sciences; biomedical purposes; and rising DSP purposes.

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01 Do :=35 ~ CA(F) :=_8_ a(F) :=f{F)·a·l0 A. 0006 ------~. ~'- - 2 ........ cos(8) R f{F) :=F·D 0 f(6)=210 - ... 464 -; 6 -- ....... _- .. _....... 23. Required resolution (rad) and blurs as a function of orbital altitude (km) and (b) aberrations as a function of altitude and of optical speed. Chapter 2: The MX Shell Game 39 However, an F/6 correctorless Schmidt does the job! The mirror radius of curvature is 420 cm-a rather small curvature. It may be necessary to use a lens near the focus to flatten the field.

4 The step back The driving requirement here is the imaging of a 10-m spot in the comer of the field, based on the geometry described. 3 /lrad and a slower optical system. But another possibility is for us to consider a step starer that "scans" lines. Perhaps a way to think of it is that it is a ''jerky'' whiskbroom. 69 s. At the edge of the linear field, the 10-m spot subtends 40 /lrad. There are 23,000 pixels and therefore a required 45 subfields in the line. Each subfield will take 15 ms. This is just fine, even with 10 % ofthe time between successive subfields.

B(R) :=. "___ A. 1 o ~ I'. 13. Whiskbroom sensitivity and geometry with a 512x4 array. 13 provides the sensitivity calculations including the calculation of the line time, the dwell time, the bandwidth, and the corrected spectrum. Because we cannot do all of the efficiencies yet, we do none. As Fig. 13 shows, the dwell time is longer than the response time of the detectors. ) It also shows that the NETD is too high (even without efficiency factors). We are sufficiently close to evaluate with efficiency factors, and are ready to improve efficiency by adding detectors.

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