Accession Number : ADA263872
Title : Presort Processor.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. Jan 89-Dec 91,
Corporate Author : ROME LAB GRIFFISS AFB NY
Personal Author(s) : Grucza, David
Report Date : DEC 1992
Pagination or Media Count : 22
Abstract : Optical notch filtering is a technique utilizing acousto-optics and Fourier Transform Optics to excise bands of frequencies from a radio frequency spectrum. The purpose of the presort processor is to excise strong narrow band signals from a wideband radar return. The intent of this project was to upgrade a processor built for Rome Laboratory by Harris Corporation by upgrading certain components which have been improved in the years since the beginning of the Harris project. This upgrade has not been completed because of delays in the fabrication of new spatial light modulators, the component which actually performs the excision. Because of this delay and other factors outlined in the remainder of this report we have decided to design an entirely new system under a new project. Many of the program goals in this project have not been met, but have been transferred to JON 4600P112.... Optical notch filtering, Optical RF spectrum analysis, Presort processor.
Descriptors : *LIGHT MODULATORS, *OPTICAL PROCESSING, *SIGNAL PROCESSING, CORPORATIONS, DELAY, EXCISION, FABRICATION, FILTRATION, FREQUENCY, LABORATORIES, OPTICS, RADAR, RADIO EQUIPMENT, SIGNALS, SPECTRUM ANALYSIS.
Subject Categories : ELECTROOPTICAL AND OPTOELECTRONIC DEVICES
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE