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19 November 2021 Design of an ultra-broadband, wide-field-of-view push-broom imaging radiometer
Adam Phenis, Alexander Cheff Halterman, Andrew Nichols, Alicia Maccarrone, Jason Mudge
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Proceedings Volume 12078, International Optical Design Conference 2021; 120781J (2021) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2603670
Event: International Optical Design Conference - IODC 2021, 2021, Online Only
Abstract
The design of a push-broom radiometer operating from 0.2 μm to greater than 50 μm with a FOR > 120° is presented. The challenge is to design a WFOV radiometer with high accuracy and low uncertainty. This paper will present the results of an effort to design an ultra-broadband WFOV imaging radiometer, while balancing conditions that can impact the radiometric accuracy of the instrument. This system is further complicated by implementation of a single detector array that is sensitive to light over this very broad spectral range.
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Adam Phenis, Alexander Cheff Halterman, Andrew Nichols, Alicia Maccarrone, and Jason Mudge "Design of an ultra-broadband, wide-field-of-view push-broom imaging radiometer", Proc. SPIE 12078, International Optical Design Conference 2021, 120781J (19 November 2021); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2603670
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