infrared dome

infrared dome

[¦in·frə¦red ′dōm]
(optics)
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The new VIRXDBQ series infrared dome cameras offer a three-axis gimble design that allows the camera to mount on any surface for correct viewing.
In the past, subjects such as "[C.sup.4]I for the 21st Century," "Tapered Optical Fiber Components," "Infrared Dome Hardening" and "Ultra Wideband Signal Synthesis" were not normally considered "EW related." These and other articles in this handbook, however, are indeed EW related, and it behooves us all to maintain at least a general understanding of what is happening that will have an impact on the "electronic battlefield."
It is projected to expand at a CAGR of 22.4% over the forecast period on account of its increasing demand from various application sectors as an alternative for traditional glass technologies in numerous functions for instance armors, optical fibers, lasers and infrared domes.