COLOR SIGNAL SOURCE FOR VISUAL SIMULATION.
Final rept., Apr 65-Mar 66,
SYSTEMS RESEARCH LABS INC DAYTON OHIO
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A specialized color closed-circuit television camera system was developed as a source of high-quality signals to be used in simulation display device research programs. The system employs three vidicon camera tubes in conjunction with a unique optical and beam-splitting system. Camera configuration permits the system to be used as a three-color pickup, a multichannel monochrome signal source, or a high performance monochrome television signal source. The camera system contains four major units camera, camera control, video inverter, and power supply unit. The camera is mounted on a special framework which also serves as a model or test chart support. The camera control, power supply, and color television monitor are placed in a rack cabinet. Wherever possible, standard circuit modules of high quality are employed in the system this design approach provided a high degree of reliability even though the system represents a new approach to color television camera design. Author
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