19 November 2012 Effect of temperature on onboard calibration reference material for spectral response function retrieval of the hyperspectral sensor of HISUI-SWIR spectral case
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HISUI (Hyperspectral Imager SUIte) is the next Japanese earth observation sensor, which consists of hyperspectral and multispectral sensors. The hyperspectral sensor is an imaging spectrometer with the VNIR (400-970nm) and the SWIR (900-2500nm) spectral channels. Spatial resolution is 30 m with swath width of 30km. The spectral resolution will be better than 10nm in the VNIR and 12.5nm in the SWIR. The multispectral sensor has four VNIR spectral bands with spatial resolution of 5m and swath width of 90km. HISUI will be installed in ALOS-3 that is an earth observing satellite by JAXA. It will be launched in FY 2015. This paper is concerned with the effect of temperature on onboard calibration reference material (NIST SRM2065) for spectral response functions (SRFs) retrieval of the hyperspectral sensor. Since the location and intensity of absorption features are sensitive to material temperature, the estimated center wavelength and bandwidth of the SRFs may include the uncertainty. Therefore, it is necessary to estimate the deviation of the wavelength and the bandwidth broadening of the SRFs when the material temperature changes. In this paper we describe the evaluation of uncertainty of the SRF’s parameters retrieval and show some simulation’s results.
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Kenji Tatsumi, Kenji Tatsumi, Jun Tanii, Jun Tanii, Hisashi Harada, Hisashi Harada, Toneo Kawanishi, Toneo Kawanishi, Fumihiro Sakuma, Fumihiro Sakuma, Hitomi Inada, Hitomi Inada, Takahiro Kawashima, Takahiro Kawashima, Akira Iwasaki, Akira Iwasaki, } "Effect of temperature on onboard calibration reference material for spectral response function retrieval of the hyperspectral sensor of HISUI-SWIR spectral case", Proc. SPIE 8533, Sensors, Systems, and Next-Generation Satellites XVI, 85330C (19 November 2012); doi: 10.1117/12.970262; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.970262
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