28 December 1989 Fast-Scanning, Autoranging Spectroradiometer For The Vacuum Ultraviolet Region
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Abstract
The design and operational features of a spectroradiometer for the vacuum ultraviolet region are reviewed. A three-channel detector attachment has been developed for installation on a grating spectrograph. Each channel covers approximately 40 nm, and the concatenated range of the three channels extends from 156 to approximately 270 nm. The instrument is designed to perform spectral radiance measurements of extended sources. The design provides relatively fast spectral scanning and convenient calibration. All data are acquired and processed by microcomputer. An overview of the applications software is presented, along with representative calibration and application results.
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F. G. Sherrell, F. G. Sherrell, D. W. Neese, D. W. Neese, K. M. Anspach, K. M. Anspach, } "Fast-Scanning, Autoranging Spectroradiometer For The Vacuum Ultraviolet Region", Proc. SPIE 1158, Ultraviolet Technology III, (28 December 1989); doi: 10.1117/12.962540; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.962540
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