How the image intensifier performs image acquisition and imaging
Do you know how the image intensifier performs imaging and collects image information? Let’s take a look at the working principle of the image intensifier.
First, when X-rays pass through the illuminated object, different levels of X-rays will be generated due to the thickness and density of the illuminated object, which will be projected onto the input screen, and then the photocathode inside the phosphor screen will generate different amounts according to the intensity of the fluorescence. The photoelectrons of the photocathode are attracted by the positive potential of the anode, and fly to the positive at high speed. The photoelectrons pass through the anode holes and are projected onto the output screen to produce a visible image. The image is brighter and smaller than the previous perspective image. This is how the image intensifier works.
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