9 May 2017 Recent progress of push-broom infrared hyper-spectral imager in SITP
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In the past decades, hyper-spectral imaging technologies were well developed in SITP, CAS. Many innovations for system design and key parts of hyper-spectral imager were finished. First airborne hyper-spectral imager operating from VNIR to TIR in the world was emerged in SITP. It is well known as OMIS(Operational Modular Imaging Spectrometer). Some new technologies were introduced to improve the performance of hyper-spectral imaging system in these years. A high spatial space-borne hyper-spectral imager aboard Tiangong-1 spacecraft was launched on Sep.29, 2011. Thanks for ground motion compensation and high optical efficiency prismatic spectrometer, a large amount of hyper-spectral imagery with high sensitivity and good quality were acquired in the past years. Some important phenomena were observed. To diminish spectral distortion and expand field of view, new type of prismatic imaging spectrometer based curved prism were proposed by SITP. A prototype of hyper-spectral imager based spherical fused silica prism were manufactured, which can operate from 400nm~2500nm. We also made progress in the development of LWIR hyper-spectral imaging technology. Compact and low F number LWIR imaging spectrometer was designed, manufactured and integrated. The spectrometer operated in a cryogenically-cooled vacuum box for background radiation restraint. The system performed well during flight experiment in an airborne platform. Thanks high sensitivity FPA and high performance optics, spatial resolution and spectral resolution and SNR of system are improved enormously. However, more work should be done for high radiometric accuracy in the future.
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Yueming Wang, Yueming Wang, Weida Hu, Weida Hu, Rong Shu, Rong Shu, Chunlai Li, Chunlai Li, Liyin Yuan, Liyin Yuan, Jianyu Wang, Jianyu Wang, } "Recent progress of push-broom infrared hyper-spectral imager in SITP", Proc. SPIE 10177, Infrared Technology and Applications XLIII, 101770G (9 May 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2264210; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2264210
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