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18 November 2014The design of a wide-angle and wide spectral range pushbroom hyperspectral imager
We present the design of a compact, wide-angle pushbroom hyperspectral imager with a 42-deg wide field of view and a broadband response that covers the spectral range 450 to 2500 nm and provides a spectral sampling of 10 nm on SWIR and 5nm on VISNIR. The hyperspectral imager has finished the remote sensing experiment by emplaning on the YUN-12,and its performance meets the design parameters. The design is the high level technology and serves as an example for illustrating the design principles specific to this type of system.
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Hongxing Qi, Bo Yao, Jianyu Wang, Liyin Yuan, "The design of a wide-angle and wide spectral range pushbroom hyperspectral imager," Proc. SPIE 9263, Multispectral, Hyperspectral, and Ultraspectral Remote Sensing Technology, Techniques and Applications V, 92630F (18 November 2014);