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4 March 1982 Broadband Lamp Standard For Ultraviolet (UV), Visible, And Infrared Calibration To 6.0 µm
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The new broadband spectral radiance standard consists of a specially modified tungsten ribbon-filament lamp with an optical grade, sapphire window. The lamp is calibrated for spectral radiance over the 0.25 to 6.0 μm wavelength region. The standard serves as an accurate, convenient alternative to the much more costly high-temperature blackbody standard currently available.
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William E. Schneider and David G. Goebel "Broadband Lamp Standard For Ultraviolet (UV), Visible, And Infrared Calibration To 6.0 µm", Proc. SPIE 0308, Contemporary Infrared Standards and Calibration, (4 March 1982); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.932768
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