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1. (WO1981000485) AMPLIFICATEUR DE LUMIERE DE RECIRCULATION AVEC REACTION OPTIQUE
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WHAT IS CLAIMED IS:

1. A light amplification device, comprising:
a light intensifier tube including an input end. face and an output end face, said light intensifier tube intensifying an image input onto said input end face and reproducing said image in intensified form on said output end face;
means for inputting an image to be intensified onto a first portion of said input end face whereby an intensified image is reproduced on a first portion of said output end face; and
optical feedback means for feeding back said intensified image reproduced on said output end face and for inputting said intensified image onto a second
portion of said input end face which does not overlap said first portion of said input end face whereby a reintensified image is reproduced on a second portion of said output end face.
2. The device of claim 1, wherein said input end face is a photocathode and wherein said first and second portions of said input end face cumulatively define no more than 50% of the active surface of said photocathode.
3. The device of claim 1, wherein said optical feedback means comprises a bundle of optical fibers .
4. The device of claim 3, wherein said bundle is connected directly to each of said end faces of said light intensifier tube.
5. The device of claim 3, wherein said light intensifier tube employs electrostatic focusing.
6. The device of claim 1, wherein said image inputting means includes a first lens means for focusing an image to be intensified onto said input end face of said light intensifier tube.

7. The device of claim 6, further comprising second lens means for focusing an output image which has been intensified by said light amplification device.
8. The device of claim 1, wherein said input end face is a photocathode and said first and second portions of said input end face cumulatively define a total of no more than 15% of the active surface of said photocathode.
9. The device of claim 1, further including second optical feedback means for feeding back said
reintensified image reproduced on said output end face and for inputting said reintensified image onto a third portion of said input end face that does not overlap said first or second portions of said input end face, whereby a further intensified image is reproduced on a third
portion of said ouput end face.
10. The device of claim 9, wherein said input end face is a photocathode and wherein said first, second and third portions of said input end face cumulatively define no more than 50% of the active surface of said
photocathode.
11. The device of claim 10, wherein said input end face is a photocathode and wherein said first, second and third portions of said input end face cumulatively define no more than 20% of the active surface of said
photocathode.
12. A binocular light amplification device, comprising:
a first light amplification tube, including a first input end face and a first output end face, and
intensifying a first image input onto said first input end face and reproducing said first image in intensified form on said first output _end face;
first means for inputting a first image to be intensified onto a first portion of said first input end face, whereby a first intensified image is reproduced on a first portion of said first ouput end face;

first optical feedback means for feeding back said first intensified image reproduced on said first output end face and for inputting said first intensified image onto a second portion of said first input end face that does not overlap said first portion of said first input end face, whereby a first reintensified image is reproduced on a second portion of said first output end face;
a second amplification tube, including a second input end face and a second output end face, and intensifying a second image input onto said second input end face and reproducing said second image in intensified form on said second output end face;
second means for inputting a second image to be intensified onto a first portion of said second input end face, whereby a second intensified image is reproduced on a first portion of said second output end face;
second optical feedback means for feeding back said second intensified image reproduced on said second output end face and for inputting said second intensified image onto a second portion of said second input end face that does not overlap said first portion of said second input end face, whereby a second reintensified image is reproduced on a second portion of said second output end face; and
means for coupling said first light intensifier tube, first input means and first optical feedback means with said secondlight intensifier tube, second input means and second optical feedback means so that said first and second reintensified images together constitute an intensified binocular image of the same subject matter.