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 The position of the spectral bands of some Remote Sensing sensor systems in the optical window
The position of the spectral bands of some Remote Sensing sensor systems in the optical window
www.geo-informatie.nl /courses/grs20306/lectures/02introductionpartb/02introductionpartb22.htm

  
 Optical Scientist Develops Window for Space Station
Astronauts will conduct long-term global monitoring of Earth with remote-sensing experiments and with photographs taken through the highest quality optical window ever installed in a crewed spacecraft.
She wrote the optical requirements, performed analyses, and conducted additional optical testing of the general-quality laboratory windows, informing management of the need for an upgrade.
Karen Scott of The Aerospace Corporation, Astronaut Mario Runco, and Dr. Dean Eppler of SAIC, look through the space station's optical research window, a product of their work.
www.aero.org /news/current/ISS-window.html

  
 XSNOED User Guide - Optical Window
The Optical Constants window is used to set the source position and optical parameters for the detector.
The next step is to enter the x,y,z source position (in centimeters) into the Optical Constants window.
To perform an interactive optical calibration, first change the display to calibrated hits in the Data menu, then sum an entire run of events for a specific source location.
manhattan.sno.laurentian.ca /xsnoed/optical.html

  
 Lightwave - Optical-fiber window-stripping: Why and how?
This type of operation is known as a "window strip." The typical fiber on which window-stripping is performed has a cladding diameter of 125 microns and an acrylate coating thickness of 250 or 400 microns.
A window is stripped in the fiber to begin the process.
There are two major applications that require a window strip to be performed as part of their manufacturing process.
lw.pennnet.com /Articles/Article_Display.cfm?Section=Articles&Subsection=Display&ARTICLE_ID=152432

  
 Optical Illusions - Online Illusions - Optical Tricks - Optic Illusions
Optical Illusions - Online Illusions - Optical Tricks - Optic Illusions
www.optillusions.com

  
 Optical window
In astronomy, the optical window is that portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that passes through the atmosphere all the way to the ground.
The window runs from around 300 nanometers (ultraviolet-C) at the short end up into the range the eye can use, roughly 400-700 nm and continues up through the visual infrared to around 1100 nm, which is thermal infrared.
There is another window called the "radio window" that lets through some (not all) radio waves.
www.freeglossary.com /Optical_window

  
 Patent 4018513: Optical window used in device for monitoring clarity of a fluid
Even if the candlepower of the light bulb changes or the optical windows foul up, total or summed charging voltage of the measurement capacitor will stay the same because the changes in light captured are the same for both photocells.
In this way, the reference cell 20 looks through the same number of optical window as the measurement cell 16; and all the optical windows are similarly exposed to fouling conditions.
Light-accepting windows 22 and 24 as well as light-transmitting window 26 in casing 21 adjacent light source 14 are shielded by perforated covers 28 which maximize the velocities of the fluid air streams and equalize them over the area of the covers.
www.freepatentsonline.com /4018513.html

  
 Dynamic Optical Window Sensors
These optical window sensors are dynamic, meaning the objects to be detected must be moving.
The dynamic optical window sensors can detect parts as small as 0.8mm.
It is possible to allow nonmoving parts to protrude into the active window of the sensors.
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 Definition of Microwave
Note: above 300 GHz, the absorption of electromagnetic radiation by Earth's atmosphere is so great that the atmosphere is effectively opaque to higher frequencies of electromagnetic radiation, until the atmosphere becomes transparent again in the so-called infrared and optical window frequency ranges.
Heinrich Hertz was the first to demonstrate the existence of electromagnetic waves by building apparatus to produce radio waves.
Microwaves can be generated by a magnetron or a
www.wordiq.com /definition/Microwave

  
 Optical window
ROCHESTER, NY, December 2004 - Optical Gaging Products, Inc. (OGP®) announces the shipment of its 1,000th SmartScope® Flash™ 200 "personal metrology system" to the Kennametal Inc. (NYSE: KMT) facility in Orwell, Ohio.
Both units are based on the Intel® XScaleTM processor and on the Microsoft® Windows® CE.NET operating sys...
This system is equipped with a scanner whit oscillating photoeletric cells, whic surveys position and dimension of the pieces and automatically elaborates the robots trajectory, keeping in account some technological parameters pres...
www.directindustry.com /find/optical-window.html

  
 Spectrum
Wavelengths in the range visible to the eye occupy most of the "optical window", a range of wavelengths that are easily transmitted through the Earth's atmosphere.
Between 300 GHz and the mid-infrared, the absorption of electromagnetic radiation by molecular vibration in the Earth's atmosphere is so great that the atmosphere is effectively opaque to electromagnetic radiation, until the atmosphere becomes transparent again in the so-called infrared and optical window freqency ranges.
However, there are certain wavelength ranges ("windows") within the opaque range which allow partial transmission, and can be used for astronomy.
www.websters-online-dictionary.com /definition/english/Sp/Spectrum.html

  
 Picture generation on the optical window
We know the plane and the ribonn in which the hit is. Thanks to a previous mapping, we are able to determine in which optical window the hit will be.
We calculate the position of the illuminated fiber on the optical window thanks to the layer number and the fiber numbre recorded previously.
The position of the hit is then generated using a uniform random distribution on the illuminated fiber surface on the optical window.
www.fynu.ucl.ac.be /librairie/theses/luc.michel/theseannexe/node24.html

  
 Portable optical scanning device with a recessed optical window
A hand-held scanning device is disclosed in which the scanning device housing window has a recessed optical portion of the window formed such that the recessed optical portion of the window does not come into contact with the object being scanned while a scan is being performed.
This recessed optical portion of the window eliminates damage caused by contact with the object being scanned to the optical portion of the window.
The recessed portion of the window is formed without corners in such a manner that it may easily be wiped clean by the end user without dirt, dust and the like building up in corners of the recess.
www.patentalert.com /docs/z00001312.shtml

  
 BBO, LBO, and KTP crystals by Red Optronics
Optical solutions include conventional windows, prisms, lens, waveplates, beamsplitters made from BK7, Sapphire, Caf2 or MgF2.
We provide Optical Components, including laser crystals and precision optics for a wide range of laser, semiconductor, military, space and fiber optics applications.
Our experienced and knowledgeable staff will provide you with excellent pre-sales and post-sales technical support.
www.redoptronics.com

  
 BK7 Window - Glass Optical Windows
BK7 Windows, Material BK7 Optical Window, We offer both High Precision and Standard Precision BK7 Windows
window is the most common type of window.
New Rise Optics offers High Precision BK7 windows with an improved parallelism of 10 arc seconds.
www.newrise-llc.com /bk7-windows.html

  
 Optical Illusions and Visual Phenomena
»Optical illusion« sounds pejorative, as if exposing a malfunction of the visual system.
These pages demonstrate visual phenomena, called »optical illusions« or »visual illusions«, the latter more appropriate IMHO.
Whenever I find the time, I will expand the explanations, to the degree that these phenomena are really understood.
www.michaelbach.de /ot

  
 Optical Window Materials ~ search opticalwindows.co.uk
Optical window materials include a vast range of glass materials available for fabrication of optical windows.
Materials processed in the manufacture of Optical Windows are listed below: -
In turn these materials are processed to produce the final window.
www.opticalwindows.co.uk /materials.html

  
 SPACE TECHNOLOGY
Scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory are particularly interested in the south pole of the Moon as an optical astronomy site, because the cosmic southern hemisphere is particularly rich in objects of interest to modern astronomy (22).
Other candidate products for space processing experiments on the Shuttle and Spacelab include electronic components (such as pure crystals for semiconductors and silicon ribbon for integrated circuits), improved turbine engine blades, and advanced optical products for laser systems.
Astronomers thus will be able to resolve objects five to ten times smaller in angular diameter than those subject to ground-based optical observations.
vesuvius.jsc.nasa.gov /er/seh/technology.html

  
 ClearView VHW Series Self-Cleaning Optical Window (Viewport)
The windows consist of an in-vacuum heated quartz disk, thermally isolated behind a standard vacuum window.
Material that would normally cloud or obscure the view through a vacuum window encounters the protective heated disk instead.
The ClearView™ VHW Series windows are self-cleaning viewports for use in deposition environments.
www.thermionics.com /vhw.htm

  
 Focus Shift Due to an Optical Window
Optical Window Induced Focus Shifts in a Converging Beam
Look first at where the converging beam first makes contact with the optical window.
This is the definiton of spherical aberration, so the optical window introduces some small amount of it.
astro.martianbachelor.com /CB245/OWFS.html

  
 Triton Technology Ltd - Tritec 2000 DMA Optical Window
Triton Technology Ltd - Tritec 2000 DMA Optical Window
The Triton 2000 DMA has an optical window as standard.
An optional quartz window is available for UV / Light cure studies.
www.triton-technology.co.uk /dmaopticalwindow.htm

  
 eyetricks.com - Amazing Optical Illusions, 3D Stereograms, and other Mind Teasing Oddities!
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 Athermal Infrared Optical Window Material
TOPIC NUMBER: MDA03-019 TITLE: Athermal Infrared Optical Window Material REFERENCE INFORMATION: - Refs #1-3: May be available from CISTI for the DTIC charge of approximately $30-$50.
No questions posed on this topic at this time
www.dtic.mil /matris/sbir/sbir031/sbir404.html

  
 The 2dF Galaxy Redshift Survey
The Parameter Space Occupied by Galaxies: The Optical Window
Colless M.M. and the 2dFGRS team, 2000, `New Cosmological Data and the Values of the Fundamental Parameters', eds Lasenby A., Wilkinson A., IAU Symposium 201, ASP Conf.
magnum.anu.edu.au /~TDFgg/Public/Publications/index.html

  
 Introducing the mighty Inova XO übertorch The Register
Mineral glass optical window with double-sided AR coating and Teflon® seal
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Precision-machined aircraft aluminum body with military-grade, Type III anodizing
www.theregister.co.uk /2004/08/27/inova_xo

  
 Re: Secondary on Optical Window?
: Has anyone mounted a secondary on an optical window in a Cave Newt?
: : Has anyone mounted a secondary on an optical window in a Cave Newt?
www.omahaastro.com /cave/cgi-bin/messages/317.html

  
 [IndustryCommunity.com] Looking for information on the fourth optical window (1625nm)
I looking for technical information on the fourth optical window (1625nm).
Looking for information on the fourth optical window (1625nm)
Does anyone has some white paper or knows a link to this kind of info.
www.industrycommunity.com /myforum/mike_pagano/messages/63.html

  
 US06847496-20050125.html
a substantially perfect optically translucent plate having an outside surface that is substantially perfectly planar, which is mounted to the first imperfect surface of the window so as to capture the void-filling material between an inside surface of the substantially perfect optically translucent plate and the first imperfect surface of the window,
wherein the void-filling material is selected to have an index of refraction that substantially matches an index of refraction for the window at an optical wavelength corresponding to the free-space optical communication signal.
An apparatus for improving a transmission of a free-space optical communications signal passing through a window having a first imperfect surface including a plurality of non-flat surface voids, comprising:
www.uspto.gov /web/patents/patog/week04/OG/html/1290-4/US06847496-20050125.html   (172 words)

  
 Technical Report 98-007: 16-bit Quantitative Optical Densitometry with the Leaf Scanner and AIS: Creating 16-Bit Optical Density Calibration Files with AIS
Go to the image window on the right and center the square mouse pointer on the area of the image corresponding to the first optical density value on the table at the left.
There should now be a list of the calibration values from Step 10 on the left of the screen, a window with the optical density standard image on the right of the screen, and a window titled Sample at the bottom left of the screen.
It is where the actual optical density values of the standard image should be entered.
www.itg.uiuc.edu /publications/techreports/98-007/creating.htm   (704 words)

  
 Optical switch targeting system (US6101299)
A fiber optical control system for use in an optical switch generally includes, in one embodiment, a fiber assembly (86), a signal separator (88), a sensor unit (90), a lens assembly (92), stationary mirror (94), targeting RED (96), moveable mirror assembly (98) with mounted alignment REDs (100), window (102) and a processor (104).
The mirror surfaces (132) move in response to commands from processor (104) to allow for adjustment of the optical path of the communication and control signals received through window (102) in two dimensions relative to the fiber (106) and sensor unit (90).
An apparatus for use in controlling a fiber optic switch to establish a connection with a target optical fiber from among a plurality of optical fibers, said apparatus comprising:
www.delphion.com /details?pn=US06101299__   (659 words)

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