This handbook covers the entire practice of electro-optic engineering, and is prepared as a service to the entire engineering profession. It is useful for industry, military practice, engineering education, and technical training.
Table of Contents
1. Fundamental Definitions 2. Symbols, Designations, and Conversions 3. Photometric and Radiometric Quantities, Standards, and Units 4. Sources of Radiation 5. Lasers 6. Detectors 7. Image and Camera Tubes 8. Optical Formulas, Materials, and Components 9. Human-Electro-Optics Interaction 10. Atmospheric and Underwater Optical Transmission 11. Electro-Optic Displays and Arrays 12. Communications Systems 13. Specialized Electro-Optic Components 14. Computer Design of Electro-Optic Components and Systems