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13 December 1999 Spectral measurement error significance in heat and quasi-monochromatic radiation photometry
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Proceedings Volume 4018, Optoelectronic Metrology; (1999) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.373746
Event: Optoelectronic Metrology, 1998, Lancut, Poland
Abstract
A metrological analysis of spectral measurement errors influence on the light calibration errors of heat and quasimonochromatic radiation sources and photometers is carried out. It is shown that for achievement of quasimonochromatic radiation light values small measurement errors it is necessary not to use heat filament lamps, but quasimonochromatic LEDs as primary sources.
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L. S. Lovinsky "Spectral measurement error significance in heat and quasi-monochromatic radiation photometry", Proc. SPIE 4018, Optoelectronic Metrology, (13 December 1999); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.373746
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