18 August 1998 Ocean-color CCD imager
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Abstract
An Ocean Color CCD Imager (OCCI) has been developed. It has three bands with nominal spectral region 430nm-520nm, 580nm- 670nm and 760nm-860nm. It is composed of three separate subsystem, each for one band, which have the same structure and operate in push-broom mode with 1024-pixel linear array CCD detectors. The specifications and characteristics of the OCCI are given, low nose and high signal-to-noise ratio ensure the excellent ability of the OCCI to observe ocean color and coastal zone. Data processing algorithm including radiance correction, atmosphere correction and imagery rebuilding also have been developed.
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Yuquan Zheng, Dunjie Cui, Yan Cui, Jian Wei Ren, "Ocean-color CCD imager", Proc. SPIE 3505, Imaging System Technology for Remote Sensing, (18 August 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.317819; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.317819
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Signal to noise ratio

Charge-coupled devices

CCD image sensors

Calibration

Remote sensing

Atmospheric corrections

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