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Two aspects of electro-optical-correlator implementation

Two aspects of electro-optical-correlator implementation

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The form of reference mask functions and choice of c.c.d. clocking are considered for real implementations of an electro-optical correlator. The prefiltering of reference functions (with an inverse sine filter) is described, as is a clocking system which utilises all receptor sites in an interlaced, interline transfer c.c.d.

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