aperture mask

aperture mask

[′ap·ə‚chər ‚mask]
(electronics)
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6 using the internal diaphragm, while the other was taken with the diaphragm fully open but with the lens stopped down to f/6 using the test aperture mask.
David Brady and his colleagues avoided that obstacle by combining a "coded" entrance aperture mask with a high-resolution CCD detector to produce a high-throughput, high-resolution spectrometer with no moving parts.
based Buckbee-Mears aperture mask and medical stent businesses to International Electron Devices (USA), LLC, a New York limited liability company.
A thin steel aperture mask on the front includes precision-cut pinholes measuring 50, 100, 150, 200, and 250 microns that will guarantee you'll have the perfect "star" to adjust your optics with.
With special optics they essentially cover the 10-meter primary mirror with an aperture mask containing 36 small holes.
Most often I would wind up using full aperture because, even on nights of substandard seeing, there would be occasional moments of steadiness, sometimes lasting only a fraction of a second, in which the scope would show detail that simply could not be seen with the aperture mask in place.
aperture mask operation, which is being phased out to enable BMC to focus on growing its Vision-Ease optical lens business.
OTCBB:BMMI) announced today that it will phase out its Buckbee-Mears aperture mask operation in Cortland, N.
With worldwide aperture mask capacity continuing to exceed demand, aperture mask prices remain under pressure.
For measurements of samples in Reflection, aperture masks of 30, 8 and 3mm are available.
2%, and BMC, producers of aperture masks for the television industry, with 7.
Prior to closing earlier this year, the Buckbee-Mears group produced aperture masks, a key component in color picture tubes, and other photochemically etched metal products used in a variety of applications.