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Method to adjust the ranging of the modulation transfer function, MTF, of a sensing system

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A Method to adjust the Ranging of the Modulation Transfer Function, MTF, of a Sensing System, more specifically, it provides for the preparation of a Test Chart of Modulation Transfer Function, of standard specification, and further, for the detection of the Modulation Transfer Function, MTF, for positions differing in picture depths, based on the location and size of said Test Chart, or alternatively on a variation in the thickness of the Crown Glass, whereby the acquisition of an applicable ranging of picture depth is achievable, which in turn provides a method of prompt derivation of a ranging scope of picture depths accommodating easy operation in the course of focal adjustment in workshop production of scanners.

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