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Designed specifically to provide accurate and robust georeferencing and motion compensation for multi-beam sonar, POS MV was launched onto the world market in 1996.
He outlines the basics of Fourier analysis, radar fundamentals, and synthetic aperture radar; basic ISAR concepts; procedures for conventional ISAR imaging; imaging techniques and fine-tuning procedures such as zero-padding and windowing that enhance image quality; ISAR waveforms and receivers, quadrature detection, Doppler shift phenomena, and range-Doppler ISAR imaging algorithms; scattering center representation of ISAR, including algorithms to reconstruct high-fidelity images and field data from the scattering centers; applications of ISAR to solve engineering problems such as antenna scattering and coupling; and motion compensation techniques, including the cross-correlation method, minimum entropy method, and joint-time, frequency-based motion compensation.
The second patent, "Electro Optical Imaging Detector Array with Two Axis Image Motion Compensation", describes a method for achieving bi-directional, on-chip compensation- an on-chip, electronic, graded image motion compensation technology that eliminates the image blur caused by airborne platform motion in all three axes: roll, pitch and yaw.
The VIDEO IMERSION adaptive de-interlacing engine advances ATI's historic leadership in digital video and delivers features such as hardware motion compensation and iDCT (inverse discrete cosine transform).
The 1080i output is absolutely free from "flicker" and "jaggy" artifacts, unlike the results achieved with previous state of the art motion adaptive and motion compensation technologies.
The RAGE 128 PRO provides 32-bit true color quality, and offers the industry's only integrated iDCT and motion compensation solution, permitting DVD decode to be accomplished with an absolute minimum of CPU usage.
Let It Wave's upconversion produces no "flicker" nor "jaggy" artifacts, unlike the results achieved with previous state of the art motion adaptive and motion compensation technologies.
ADI's signal processing technology is even allowing digital cameras to do things the highest quality 35-mm cameras cannot, including motion compensation and built-in stability control to remove the blur from shaky photos.