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15 November 2000 HEIFTS phase II: laboratory and advanced simulation results
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At the Denver meeting in 1996 and at San Diego in 1997, we first presented the theory and later a demonstration of the operating Phase I HEIFTS, (High ?tendue Imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometer), laboratory device. The HEIFTS device forms the autocorrelation record image cube, (or ribbon), of a pushbroomed two dimensional image with no internal moving parts. This three dimensional autocorrelation record cube or ribbon can then be Fourier Transformed to obtain a ‘wavenumber’ hyperspectral data cube or ribbon. The Phase II device has been demonstrated in the laboratory and results will be presented. Several areas, such as fringe visibility, spatial sampling rate and noise have been modeled, and the results of this modeling and the predicted effect on system performance will be discussed. We will also describe a compact IR HEIFTS system in current design, and modeled system performance will be discussed.
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Richard F. Horton, Tony Byers, Chris A. Conger, Eric L. Schafer, Anita L. Gallegos, and William J. Schaefer "HEIFTS phase II: laboratory and advanced simulation results", Proc. SPIE 4132, Imaging Spectrometry VI, (15 November 2000); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.406588
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