20 October 2016 A novel 120dB hyperspectral platform for Earth observation
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With the down-size of spacecraft for earth observation in volume, power and budget, there is a pressing need for new, more affordable, easier to integrate, instrumentation sensor. Pyxalis has developed a high dynamic range image sensor dedicated to hyperspectral imaging. This platform can be customized for space or ground-based application, reducing significantly the need for a full-custom detector development for space application. This work describes the development and characterization of such a 120dB High Dynamic Range sensor platform as well as the various possibilities for customization as well as a particular implementation by Grenoble University in the Context of a micro-satellite development.
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B. Dupont, B. Dupont, J. Caranana, J. Caranana, P. A. Pinoncely, P. A. Pinoncely, J. Michelot, J. Michelot, C. Bouvier, C. Bouvier, S. Cohet, S. Cohet, P. Jourdain, P. Jourdain, P. Monsinjon, P. Monsinjon, E. Le-Coarer, E. Le-Coarer, } "A novel 120dB hyperspectral platform for Earth observation", Proc. SPIE 10000, Sensors, Systems, and Next-Generation Satellites XX, 100000Q (20 October 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2240860; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2240860
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