Abstract

A theoretical model for characterizing the dynamic response of a nonscanning electrooptic display system is developed. The model interrelates the spatial frequency degradations of an image display with both phosphor characteristics and relative velocity of the displayed object. Thereafter, the analysis is extended to compare the performances of types P-20, P-42, and P-1052 phosphor based displays.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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