A 5.5 megapixel high-performance low-light military video camera

@inproceedings{Heim2009A5M,
  title={A 5.5 megapixel high-performance low-light military video camera},
  author={Gerald B. Heim and B. Biesterfeld and J. Burkepile and Wayne W. Frame and T. Harding and J. Harris and Steve Merschel and Ryan Mork and J. Shimonek and P. Smith and Minming Wu},
  booktitle={Defense + Commercial Sensing},
  year={2009}
}
  • Gerald B. Heim, B. Biesterfeld, +8 authors Minming Wu
  • Published in Defense + Commercial Sensing 2009
  • Physics, Engineering
  • Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. has combined the results of recent advances in CMOS imaging sensor, signal processing and embedded computing technologies to produce a new high performance military video camera. In this paper we present the design features and performance characteristics of this new, large format camera which was developed for use in military airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR), targeting and pilotage applications. This camera utilizes a high… CONTINUE READING
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