April-June 1999, Volume 20, Number 2


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Sensors and Sensor Systems

    Sensor Development and Application at APL: Guest Editor's Introduction
   J. J. Suter

    Automated DNA Sizing by Atomic Force Microscopy
   T. S. Spisz, Y. Fang, I. N. Bankman, R. H. Reeves, and J. H. Hoh

    Approaches to MRI Gating Using Multiple Sensors
    R. J. Iannuzzelli, P. N. Morgan, B. E. Kluga, and M. M. Rockwell

    The Detection of Transient Optical Events at Narrowband Visible Wavelengths
    P. F. Bythrow and D. A. Oursler

    Imaging Pyrometry of Laser-Heated Sapphire
    D. H. Terry, M. E. Thomas, M. J. Linevsky, and D. T. Prendergast

    A Low-Cost Miniaturized Scientific Imager Design with Chip-on-Board Technology for Space Applications
    B. Q. Le, P. D. Schwartz, S. X. Ling, K. Strohbehn, K. Peacock, P. J. McNally, S. J. Lehtonen, R. E. Gold, and R. E. Jenkins

    Development of the Johns Hopkins Xylophone Bar Magnetometer
    D. A. Oursler, D. K. Wickenden, L. J. Zanetti, T. J. Kistenmacher, R. B. Givens, R. Osiander, J. L. Champion, and D. A. Lohr

    Progress in the Development of Molecularly Imprinted Polymer Sensors
    B. R. Arnold, A. C. Euler, A. L. Jenkins, O. M. Uy, and G. M. Murray

    Miniature Quartz Crystal Microbalance for Spacecraft and Missile Applications
    O. M. Uy, R. P. Cain, B. G. Carkhuff, R. T. Cusick, and B. E. Wood

    A Controller Area Network-Based Telemetry and Command System for Small Space Experiments
    F. C. Dumont, J. J. Suter, and P. D. Schwartz



    Design and Demonstration of an Infrared Passive Ranger
    J. P. Reilly, T. Klein, and H. Ilves



   Publications, Presentations, Colloquia, and Patents

Icon The Cover: The cover illustrates the perception of the world through human senses. Many phenomena, however, demand aiding and going beyond the limits of those senses. Various techniques to achieve this goal are the subject of the present issue. (Cover illustration by Kenneth R. Moscati.)

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