light amplifier


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light amplifier

[′līt ‚am·plə‚fī·ər]
(electronics)
Any electronic device which, when actuated by a light image, reproduces a similar image of enhanced brightness, and which is capable of operating at very low light levels without introducing spurious brightness variations (noise) into the reproduced image. Also known as image intensifier.
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Light amplifiers may be expected to find wide application.
The brain-child of long-time holographer and art teacher, Michael Page, PI has combined a commercial Image Light Amplifier and other commercial imaging technologies to create a proprietary system that produces rapid, high-resolution holographic recordings of digital image data such as video, medical tools and CAD.
His investigations and discussions with Tom Cvetkovich lead him ultimately to the image light amplifier (ILA or light valve) developed by Dr Bleha at Hughes in the 1980s.
Gole and his team have also developed a less powerful, continuous light amplifier based on the reaction between three-atom sodium clusters and halogen atoms.
In 1999 the Victor Company of Japan (JVC) introduces a 50" Image Light Amplifier (ILA) Projection television for its domestic market.
Contract notice: Framework agreement on the supply of binocular residual light amplifiers with accessories
Krypton is one of the light amplifiers that make a laser a laser.
A detailed study of light amplifiers has been presented previously.[12] The two main types of light amplifiers for beam former applications are traveling-wave semiconductor laser amplifiers (SLA) and doped fiber amplifiers (DFA).

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