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19 February 1982 Radiometric Standards And Sources For Calibration Of Optical Radiation Measurement Systems
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Proceedings Volume 0262, Light Measurement '81; (1982) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.959718
Event: Light Measurement '81, 1981, Surrey, United Kingdom
Abstract
A number of radiometric and photometric standards have been established by the various national standards laboratories. These basic standards can be used to calibrate a wide range of optical radiation measurement instrumentation. However, in many instances these basic standards are not suitable for calibrating the instrumentation used in many research investigations. In order to fulfill this need, a number of special purpose calibration standards have been set up. This paper briefly describes some of the more widely used basic standards and, in more detail, describes some of the special purpose calibration sources which are available for calibrating various photometers, radiometers and spectro-radiometers.
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William E. Schneider and David G. Goebel "Radiometric Standards And Sources For Calibration Of Optical Radiation Measurement Systems", Proc. SPIE 0262, Light Measurement '81, (19 February 1982); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.959718
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