Abstract

A digital solid-state scan-converter has been developed and used with an integrating silicon vidicon imaging system. The device will store a 256 × 256 picture-element image indefinitely with a resolution of 32 gray levels. Various display modes are available. These include plots of intensity vs position, as well as direct images.

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