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In this thesis a scanner and interlacer subsystem for a thermal imaging system designed and developed as a prototype at the laboratories of Aselsan .The unit is given the game ASIR and it is the first thermal camera system designed and developed in Turkey.In the development of the ASIR , an available 60 Hz field rate scanner and interlacer system is used as a reference benchmark system. ASIR operates at a 50 Hz and have improved frame resolution and detector dwell time compared to the bench mark system. Scanner and interlacer subsystem in ASIR is designed with the perspective of a mechatronic system , realized as the composition of three subsystems.Scanner and interlacer mirrors, motor and resolver forms the mechanical subsystem ; filters, motor driving system , position reference circuits are realized electronically ; control and self testing of operational validity functions are embedded by software.


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Citation Formats
M. B. Düzgün, “Mechatronic design of a scanner and interlacer for thermal imaging system,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2000.