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Course: Night Vision Systems

Department/Abbreviation: OPT/PNV

Year: 2020

Guarantee: 'Mgr. Radek Čelechovský, Ph.D.'

Annotation: Provide students with the basic science of optical imaging for different lighting conditions in different bands of the spectrum.

Course review:
1. The perception of the image when viewed with the unaided eye under different lighting conditions. Detect, identify, identification. 2. Detectors sensitive to visible radiation and their connection with the optical device. 3. Artificial sources of lighting lamps. The light transmission of the atmosphere. 4. Principles of image intensifiers, types of video amplifiers. 5. Active and passive imaging instrument construction. 6. Possibilities of other spectral bands, spectral characteristics of luminous sources, and atmospheric agents. 7. Target detection in the infrared, usable spectral band detectors and optical materials. 8. Meteorological and atmospheric parameters, calibration procedures. 9. Design principles of thermography devices. 10.Range Infrared devices. 11.Night instrument for UV observations. The synthesis of images from different spectral bands.