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Modifications to X-Ray Motion Monitor. Low-Dosage, Wide-Variable-Field Television Radiograph for Biodynamic Analysis.
Report for Jun 66-Sep 68,
ADMIRAL CORP CHICAGO ILL
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The report describes the results of work performed on certain modifications to the Quantitative Motion Monitor System undertaken by Admiral Corporation under a modification addendum to the original contract for the System. These additional efforts resulted in development, design, and delivery to the Air Force of four peripheral subsystems namely, 1 an X-Ray Detector by means of which the x-radiation during an experiment can be quantized, 2 a System Synchronizer permitting remote operation of other associated equipments i.e. Motion Picture Camera, Video Tape Recorder, etc., 3 an Image Enhancer to provide electronic edge enchancing of weak video image signals, and 4 an Automatic Beam Current Control subsystem for electronic control of the Image Orthicon tube in addition, 5 a study was made of the methods by which the television portion of the system capability could be increased for experimentation by increasing its frequency response information rate. Author
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