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Model MTF for the mosaic window
Xing, Z. C.; Y. F. Hong and B. Zhang
Source PublicationJournal of Modern Optics
AbstractAn electro-optical targeting system mounted either within an airframe or housed in separate pods requires a window to form an environmental barrier to the outside world. In current practice, such windows usually use a mosaic or segmented window. When scanning the target, internally gimbaled systems sweep over the window, which can affect the modulation transfer function (MTF) due to wave-front division and optical path differences arising from the thickness/wedge differences between panes. In this paper, a mathematical model of the MTF of the mosaic window is presented that allows an analysis of influencing factors; we show how the model may be integrated into ZEMAX (R) software for optical design. The model can be used to guide both the design and the tolerance analysis of optical systems that employ a mosaic window.
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Xing, Z. C.,Y. F. Hong and B. Zhang. Model MTF for the mosaic window[J]. Journal of Modern Optics,2017,64(19).
APA Xing, Z. C.,&Y. F. Hong and B. Zhang.(2017).Model MTF for the mosaic window.Journal of Modern Optics,64(19).
MLA Xing, Z. C.,et al."Model MTF for the mosaic window".Journal of Modern Optics 64.19(2017).
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