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Richart F Crall: Portable infrared imaging apparatus. Compix Incorporated, Kolisch Hartwell & Dickinson, March 21, 1989: US04814870 (13 worldwide citation)

Manually portable apparatus enabling high-resolution, two-dimensional infrared imaging of remote, non-contacting targets is described. An on-axis optical subsystem consists of a single, single-faceted planar scanning mirror that is reciprocable by stepper motors about two orthogonal axes. Oriented a ...


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Crall Richard F: Portable infrared imaging apparatus.. Compix, February 8, 1989: EP0302682-A1

Manually portable apparatus enabling high-resolution, two-dimensional infrared imaging of remote, non-contacting targets is described. An on-axis optical subsystem (12) consists of a single, single-faceted planar scanning mirror (20) that is reciprocable by stepper motors (36,38) about two orthogona ...


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Crall Richard F: Appareil dimagerie infrarouge portatif, Portable infrared imaging apparatus. Compix Incorporated, FETHERSTONHAUGH & CO, September 24, 1991: CA1289655

Abstract of the Disclosure Manually portable apparatus enabling high-resolution,two-dimensional infrared imaging of remote, non-contactingtargets is described. An on-axis optical subsystem consists ofa single, single-faceted planar scanning mirror that isreciprocable by stepper motors about two orth ...


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Kim Gwang Su: Computer image signal scan conversion and synthesis apparatus using dual port memory. Compix Presentations, August 29, 2000: KR1019980011535

PURPOSE: A computer image signal scan conversion and synthesis apparatus using dual port memory is provided to solve an error of interchangeability to be occurred when VGA and letter generator is installed with additional card method by using a dual port memory to synthesize letter and graphic in re ...


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Kim Kwang Seong: Digital video processor. Compix, February 27, 1993: KR1019900014957

The DVP is for processing the character, graphic, and video signals by exchanging the desired program. The video processor of the DVP is designed by hardware so that the data can be exchanged with arbitrary personal computer easily. The video signal is input to an superimpose circuit (3) to compensa ...