Advances in electronics and electron physics [electronic resource] : Volume 74, Photo-electronic image devices : proceedings of the ninth symposium held at Imperial College, London, September 7-11, 1987 / edited by B. L. Morgan.

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Symposium on Photo-Electronic Image Devices (9th : 1987 : Imperial College of Science and Technology) [Browse]
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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
San Diego, CA ; London : Academic Press, c1988.
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1 online resource (529 p.)

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Advances in electronics and electron physics ; v. 74
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Advances in electronics and electron physics
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Advances in Electronics and Electron Physics
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Description based upon print version of record.
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Includes bibliographical references.
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English
Contents
  • Front Cover; Photo-Electronic Image Devices; Copyright Page; Contents; CONTRIBUTORS; PREFACE; PROFESSOR; Chapter 1. LLL TV Sensors with 18 mm Useful Input Diagonal Using Demagnifying Image Intensifiers; Chapter 2. Low-light-level TV with Image Intensifier Tubes and CCDs; Chapter 3. Low-light-level TV with II/CCD Coupled Devices: Relative Merits of Different Approaches; Chapter 4. A fibre-optically Coupled Intensified CCD Camera System; Chapter 5. A 3-stage 80: 7 mm Image Intensifier Combination for the CERN UA2 Scintillating Fibre Detector
  • Chapter 6. A 40 mm MCP Intensifier for Photon CountingChapter 7. Development of a CCD-Digicon Detector System; Chapter 8. Increased Gain of channel Intensifier Tubes by Pulsed Biasing; Chapter 9. Influence of Output Electron Energy Distribution of Microchannel Plates on the Resolution of Image Intensifiers; Chapter 10. MCP-PMTs as Ultra-fast Wide-band and Infrared-sensitive Detectors; Chapter 11. Performance of a Photon-counting Microchannel Plate Intensifier with Wedge and Strip Image Readout; Chapter 12. A Multichannel Detector for Photon Correlation
  • Chapter 13. Application of Image Intensifier-Vidicon Systems to Low-light-level Phenomena in Physics and BiologyChapter 14. Cooled CCD Systems for Biomedical and Other Applications; Chapter 15. Utilisation Astronomique de la Caméra Electronique Grand Champ-II; Chapter 16. Image Recording in Electron Microscopy; Chapter 17. A1/2 -inch 792 (H) x 492 (V) Pixel Colour Synchro Vision CCD Image Sensor; Chapter 18. Thinned Rear-face Electron-bombarded FT CCDs for LLL TV Imaging; Chapter 19. A 2 x 2048 Pixel Bilinear CCD Array for Spectroscopy (TH 7832 CDZ)
  • Chapter 20. Development of EBCCD Cameras for the Far UltravioletChapter 21. Recent Developments in Solid-state Arrays for Infrared Astronomy; Chapter 22. Multiple-frame UV/X-Ray Picosecond Framing Camera; Chapter 23. Evaluation of PV001 and P-100 Tubes for Multiple-channel Streak Cameras; Chapter 24. Evaluation of a Photon-counting Streak Camera with CCD Recording; Chapter 25. A New Method for Observing High-speed Luminous Phenomena; Chapter 26. An X-Ray Streak Tube. with Demountable Photocathodes; Chapter 27. A Subnanosecond Multi-framing Camera
  • Chapter 28. A CsI(Na) Scintillation Plate with High Spatial ResolutionChapter 29. X-Ray Imaging Sensor Using a CdTe/a-Si: H Heterojunction; Chapter 30. Low-noise Solid-state Linear Detectors for Large-field-of-view X-Ray Radiology; Chapter 31. An Image-intensified CCD Area X-Ray Detector for Use with Synchrotron Radiation; Chapter 32. Further Developments of an X-Ray Television Detector; Chapter 33. Development of Large-format Photon-counting Array Detectors for the Lyman Ultraviolet Space Telescope; Chapter 34. Image Intensifier Tubes with Intagliated Screens
  • Chapter 35. Photocathodes on Polycrystalline CsI/Na
ISBN
  • 1-281-41150-7
  • 9786611411503
  • 0-08-057740-7
OCLC
437213402
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