30 September 2011 Development effort of the airborne lidar simulator for the lidar surface topography (LIST) mission
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In this paper we will discuss our development effort of an airborne instrument as a pathfinder for the LIdar Surface Technology (LIST) mission. This paper will discuss the system approach, enabling technologies, instrument concept, final assembly and the preparation for flight with this new multi-beam non-scanning, swath mapping laser altimeter system.
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Anthony W. Yu, Anthony W. Yu, Michael A. Krainak, Michael A. Krainak, David J. Harding, David J. Harding, James B. Abshire, James B. Abshire, Xiaoli Sun, Xiaoli Sun, John Cavanaugh, John Cavanaugh, Susan Valett, Susan Valett, Luis Ramos-Izquierdo, Luis Ramos-Izquierdo, Tom Winkert, Tom Winkert, Cynthia Kirchner, Cynthia Kirchner, Michael Plants, Michael Plants, Timothy Filemyr, Timothy Filemyr, Brian Kamamia, Brian Kamamia, William Hasselbrack, William Hasselbrack, Pete Dogoda, Pete Dogoda, } "Development effort of the airborne lidar simulator for the lidar surface topography (LIST) mission", Proc. SPIE 8182, Lidar Technologies, Techniques, and Measurements for Atmospheric Remote Sensing VII, 818207 (30 September 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.898545; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.898545

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