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James H Burbo, Louis P Hartman, Douglas M Spranger, Malcolm J Brookes, Paul J Mulhauser: Night vision imaging system adapted for helmet mounting. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, John T O Halloran, Robert P Seitter, May 22, 1984: US04449787 (124 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a night vision imaging system for mounting on a helmet. The helmet contains a visor having a slot into which is inserted a helmet mount assembly which can be vertically adjusted within the slot by means of a control mechanism including a rotatable knob. The mount assembly is an ar ...


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Joseph T Fournier Jr, Stephen J Smith, Harry R McKinley, William E McLean: Direct incorporation of night vision in a helmet mounted display. United Techologies Corporation, Richard H Kosakowski, October 9, 1990: US04961626 (87 worldwide citation)

Helmet mounted display apparatus for use in aircraft and rotorcraft includes an first image source for generating images comprising pilotage symbol information, a second image source for sensing and generating images of the exterior scene, and relay optical components that optically superimpose the ...


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Earle N Phillips: Telescopic sight for day/night viewing. ITT Corporation, Arthur L Plevy, Patrick M Hogan, Peter A Abruzzese, January 28, 1992: US05084780 (83 worldwide citation)

A telescopic sight which can be used for either nighttime or daytime operation and is particularly adaptable for use on weapons ranging from rifles to anti-tank weapons.


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Morozov Alexei Vitalievich, Soukhorossov Sergey Yurievich: Method of observing objects under low levels of illumination and a device for carrying out the said method. Yalestown Corp, December 27, 1996: EP0750202-A1 (54 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for imaging objects in reduced illumination conditions are presented. According to the present invention the device includes a pulsed source of light (1) with a transmitting optics (2), a synchronisation unit (3), a control unit (4), an optical image receiver (5) with a receiv ...


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Danny Filipovich: Compact see-through night vision goggles. FJW, Marvin N Benn, Milton S Gerstein, March 31, 1987: US04653879 (54 worldwide citation)

The goggles include a pair of optical assemblies, each having two intersecting optical paths, including a see-through path with a large field of view on a straight line of sight to the viewed object, and a folded path which includes an objective lens set, an intensifier which converts visible and in ...


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Joseph T Fournier Jr, Stephen J Smith, Harvey A Smith, Harry R McKinley, William E McLean: Helmet mounted display having dual interchangeable optical eyepieces. United Technologies Corporation, Richard H Kosakowski, November 13, 1990: US04969714 (50 worldwide citation)

Helmet mounted display apparatus for use in aircraft and rotorcraft includes an image source for generating images that are projected into the pilot's forward field of view by a portion of relay optics that are common to both day and night viewing and interchangeable optical eyepieces, one for dayti ...


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Stafford M Ellis: Night vision goggles. Marconi Avionics, Kirschstein Kirschstein Ottinger & Israel, August 28, 1984: US04468101 (50 worldwide citation)

An optical device suitable for attachment to headgear (13) such as a pilot's helmet, for use as a night vision goggle (11) wherein an image intensifier (19a or 19b) whereby radiation in the visible and/or near infra-red portions of the spectrum received from the scene to be viewed is converted to vi ...


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Charles L Hansen: Integrated multispectral man portable weapon sight. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Milton W Lee, Anthony T Lane, July 30, 1991: US05035472 (48 worldwide citation)

A multispectral sight integrated onto a man portable rifle or stand alone apon device for sighting the rifle or for surveillance by the device. The multispectral sight is contained in a unitary housing attached to or manufactured as an integral part of the man-pack weapon, such as from the forestock ...


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J Richard Anderson, Larry G Jones, David Shafer, James E Gibson: Day and night sighting system. Litton Systems, William M Hobby III, March 20, 2001: US06204961 (47 worldwide citation)

An integrated day and night sighting system and a laser rangefinder apparatus includes a daylight objective lens having a night light corrector lens mounted adjacent to and coaxially with the daylight objective lens and having an eyepiece lens. An image converter module may be an image intensifier f ...