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  1. C. I. Coleman, “Image Detectors for the Ultraviolet,” Appl. Opt. 20, 3693 (1980).
  2. N. Kristianpoller, D. Dutton, “Optical Properties of Liumogen: a Phosphor for Wavelength Conversion,” Appl. Opt. 3, 287 (1964).
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  6. Day-Glo Technical Bulletin2002. DAYGLO is a registered trademark of Day-Glo Color Corp.
  7. RCA TC1000 literature.

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Blouke, M M.

Burton, W. M.

Coleman, C. I.

Cowens, M. W.

Dutton, D.

Fairchild, T.

Kristianpoller, N.

Lakshmi, A.

Nicholls, R. W.

Powell, B. A.

Pritchard, H. O.

Westphal, J. A.

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Fig. 1

(a) Emission spectra for DAYGLO signal green pigment.6 (b) Emission spectra for DAYGLO blaze orange pigment.6 (c) Spectral response characteristic for RCA TC1000 video camera.7

Fig. 2
Fig. 2

Representative scan frames from single pulse showing multiple exposure settings that can be obtained with this technique.

Fig. 3
Fig. 3

Image of wire grid used to determine detector resolution. The far right pair of lines are 25-μm gold wires. The center pair are 80-μm hairs. The far left three wires are 185-μm transformer wires.