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25 October 2012 Analytical design of a hyper-spectral imaging spectrometer utilizing a convex grating
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This paper describes about the new design method for hyper-spectral Imaging spectrometers utilizing convex grating. Hyper-spectral imaging systems are power tools in the field of remote sensing. HSI systems collect at least 100 spectral bands of 10~20 nm width. Because the spectral signature is different and induced unique for each material, it should be possible to discriminate between one material and another based on difference in spectral signature of material. I mathematically analyzed parameters for the intellectual initial design. Main concept of this is the derivative of "ring of minimum aberration without vignetting". This work is a kind of analytical design of an Offner imaging spectrometer. Also, several experiment methods will be contrived to evaluate the performance of imaging spectrometer.
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Seo Hyun Kim, Hong Jin Kong, Hana Ku, and Jun Ho Lee "Analytical design of a hyper-spectral imaging spectrometer utilizing a convex grating", Proc. SPIE 8515, Imaging Spectrometry XVII, 85150V (25 October 2012); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.929485
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