Abstract

An active imaging system has been developed that utilizes a scanned Nd–YAG laser beam for target illumination. Images obtained at distances up to 1.5 km using different signal processing methods are shown. A new technique of generating a 3-D display is presented.

© 1976 Optical Society of America

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