Abstract

This paper deals with the practical as well as the theoretical aspects of applying ir radiation measurement techniques to the design and testing of electronic components and circuits. Included are descriptions of the various types of instrumentation and their relative merits, general operating guidelines, means for emissivity equalization, component applications, and circuit applications. Limitations are considered for each point of discussion.

© 1968 Optical Society of America

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