This core module is composed of a high performance image intensifier coupled to a CCD sensor.
What does II stand for?
II stands for Image Intensifier (Passive Night Vision Usage)
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We have 170 other meanings of II in our Acronym Attic
- International Himalayan Yoga Teachers Association (Canada)
- Intensive Harvest Zone (Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources)
- Italia Hotel Zentrale (Germany)
- 2 (Roman numeral)
- Biremis (Latin: Biremes, epigraphy)
- I Hear & I Understand
- Ice Imp (gaming)
- IcyIcy (band)
- Ikebana International
- Illegal Immigrant
- Image(ry) Interpreter/Interpretation
- Imposto de Importação (Brazil)
- Imus Institute
- Inanimate Insanity (animated competition)
- Incident Investigation
- Infinite Innovation Ltd (IT/Internet solution company)
- Information Indicator Digits (telecommunications)
- Information Interoperability
- Inspection Instruction
- Institutional Infrastructure
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The caps protect the sights and goggles from the sun and bright lights and the LIF protects against lasers, both of which can ruin the image intensifier.
Acknowledging the high failure rates of Generation 4 tubes, ITT Industries (which together with Litton Industries provides the bulk of image intensifier tubes and systems for night vision devices manufactured in the United States) chose to improve upon the existing Generation 3 technology and develop a "thin-filmed" image intensifier tube.
of Sydney) explains the fundamentals of signal processing and modulation before moving on to IR radiometers and image intensifiers, millimeter wave radiometers, active ranging sensors, active imaging sensors, signal propagation, Doppler measurement and radio frequency ID tags and transponders.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Specialised Imaging has introduced a new family of gated image intensifier systems that are designed to improve the sensitivity, gating time and spectral response of high-speed and ultra high-speed framing camera systems.
The Sirius Ubiquitas combines this technology with Hitachi's mono tank X-ray generator and image intensifier which has a compact body and is easy to operate.