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Unformatted text preview: 5. Keller, John. Night-vision devices to blend infrared technology, image intensifiers. Military &amp; Aerospace Electronics. January 2008 Future Research By combining several kinds of infrared and image intensifying sensors, night goggles can be used more efficiently If the device also operated purely in digital instead of analog mode, it would be convenient for mass use and enhance image greatly Companies may want to overlay imagery from a longwave infrared sensor with the gallium arsenide cathode light intensifier as one view...
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