19 September 2014 Characterization and performance of the Prototype HyspIRI-TIR (PHyTIR) Sensor
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The Prototype Hyspiri-TIR (PHyTIR) instrument was developed under NASA’s instrument incubator program and is now operational in the laboratory. The scan head uses state-of-the-art focal plane technology to rapidly acquire data from an eight inch telescope focused at infinite, reflective relay and continuously rotating scan mirror. A series of narrowband interference filters are placed in close proximity to the focal plane. Arrays of 256×16 Mercury Cadmium detectors are under each filter. The detectors have their long wave cutoff at 13.2μm. The filters serve to block out unwanted radiation from other spectral channels, hence forming a high performance multi-band imager with the use of the scanning mirror.
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William R. Johnson, William R. Johnson, Simon J. Hook, Simon J. Hook, Marc Foote, Marc Foote, Bjorn T. Eng, Bjorn T. Eng, Bruno Jau, Bruno Jau, } "Characterization and performance of the Prototype HyspIRI-TIR (PHyTIR) Sensor", Proc. SPIE 9222, Imaging Spectrometry XIX, 922208 (19 September 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2063194; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2063194
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