23 October 1984 Mla Instruments And Swir Focal-Plane Technology
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Proceedings Volume 0493, Optical Platforms; (1984) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.943820
Event: The National Symposium and Workshop on Optical Platforms, 1984, Huntsville, United States
Next-generation sensors for earth observation will utilize Multispectral Linear Array (MLA) technology wherein linear detector arrays will scan the earth in pushbroom fashion. Compared to earlier sensors utilizing cross-track scan mirrors, MLA instruments will permit a dramatic increase in detector dwell time, which can be exploited to improve spatial, spectral and radiometric resolution. Focal-plane technology development is key to these new sensors, because detector size and performance are critical factors that influence the entire sensor design.
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F. G. Brown, F. G. Brown, S. E. Botts, S. E. Botts, K. Kosai, K. Kosai, A. M. Mika, A. M. Mika, } "Mla Instruments And Swir Focal-Plane Technology", Proc. SPIE 0493, Optical Platforms, (23 October 1984); doi: 10.1117/12.943820; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.943820


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