Abstract

The ever-increasing demand for test equipment which can interface with a computer or which can perform operationally in a completely automatic mode has had a large effect on the somewhat futuristic question: “How do we test electrooptical systems automatically?” This paper is developed to give information about the systems currently in operation, the techniques required for automation of these systems, the present problem areas of design, and a look at new techniques for future electrooptical systems testing.

© 1970 Optical Society of America

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