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13 August 2010 MAKO: a high-performance, airborne imaging spectrometer for the long-wave infrared
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We report progress on a high-performance, long-wavelength infrared hyperspectral imaging system for airborne research. Based on a f/1.25 Dyson spectrometer and 128x128 arsenic doped silicon blocked impurity band array, this system has significantly higher throughput than previous sensors. An agile pointing/scanning capability permits the additional signal to be allocated between increased signal-to-noise and broader area coverage, creating new opportunities to explore LWIR hyperspectral phenomenology.
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D. W. Warren, R. H Boucher, D. J. Gutierrez, E. R Keim, and M. G. Sivjee "MAKO: a high-performance, airborne imaging spectrometer for the long-wave infrared", Proc. SPIE 7812, Imaging Spectrometry XV, 78120N (13 August 2010); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.861374
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