1 September 2009 Efficient characterization of imaging spectrometers: application in the LWIR and MWIR
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Abstract
Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. (BATC) has added a powerful capability to its existing imaging spectrometer alignment and test facilities: Scanning Fabry-Perot source filters. These interferometers provide a means for efficient instrument testing with full characterization from the ultra-violet (UV) to longwave infrared (LWIR). Spectral Response Functions (SRF) and geometric distortions are accurately determined with a common approach. The techniques were demonstrated with a two band cryogenic LWIR spectrometer and with the mid-wave infrared (MWIR) Spaceborne InfraRed Atmospheric Sounder for Geosynchronous Earth Orbit (SIRAS-G) laboratory demonstration imaging spectrometer. The spectrometer testing and performance is presented.
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Timothy J. Valle, Timothy J. Valle, Thomas U. Kampe, Thomas U. Kampe, Paula R. Wamsley, Paula R. Wamsley, Holden Chase, Holden Chase, Glenn E. Taudien, Glenn E. Taudien, Peter T. Spuhler, Peter T. Spuhler, Peter B. Johnson, Peter B. Johnson, Gary L. Mills, Gary L. Mills, "Efficient characterization of imaging spectrometers: application in the LWIR and MWIR", Proc. SPIE 7453, Infrared Spaceborne Remote Sensing and Instrumentation XVII, 74530I (1 September 2009); doi: 10.1117/12.824627; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.824627
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