Co-design method for electro-optical imaging systems
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YU Qing-Hua Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics, Key Laboratory of Intelligent Infrared Perception, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai, China, 200083 yuqinghua2000@126.com 
XIAO Xi-Sheng Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics, Key Laboratory of Intelligent Infrared Perception, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai, China, 200083
University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, 100049 
 
CHEN Fan-Sheng Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics, Key Laboratory of Intelligent Infrared Perception, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai, China, 200083  
SUN Sheng-Li Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics, Key Laboratory of Intelligent Infrared Perception, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai, China, 200083  
Abstract:In the traditional design of electro-optical imaging systems, the optical and electronic subsystems are designed separately. This results in a reduced level of coordination between the parameterization of the both subsystems, resulting in imperfect subsystem compatibility. In order to improve the compatibility between subsystems, shorten a design time and reduce the cost of development, we propose a co-design method. Based on the end-to-end optoelectronic performance evaluation, the multi-objective and multi-parameter optimization algorithm is used to optimize the configuration parameters of the optoelectronic subsystem. A space infrared imaging system was optimized by this method and imaged good pictures in orbit. The results show that the method has a positive role in optimizing the configuration parameters of the electro-optical imaging system and evaluating the performance of the electro-optical imaging system.
keywords:Imaging systems  Co-design method  end-to-end evaluation  stray light.
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