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18 November 2014 A new compact spectrometer on atmospheric sounding and environmental exploration
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Climate warming has become a serious problem facing all countries in the world, the impact of global climate change on the human environment subject to widespread international concern. In recent years, American and European countries invest a lot of manpower and resources to carry out the detection load of Atmospheric and Environmental Research, and the ultra-high spectral resolution capability is an important prerequisite for the realization of atmospheric trace constituents exact retrieved, the development of ultra-high spectral resolution load has become an important trend. This paper presents a new compact spectrometer for atmospheric and environmental exploration, which uses a narrow-band interference filter type, filter through different angles of incidence of the light beam spectral drift characteristics , to achieve ultra- fine spectral splitting . This spectrometer while achieving ultra-high spectral resolution , the structure of a compact camera with good engineering can be realized , and has broad application prospects.
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Huan Li, Feng Zhou, Zheng Wang, Jia Zhao, and Jian Wang "A new compact spectrometer on atmospheric sounding and environmental exploration", Proc. SPIE 9298, International Symposium on Optoelectronic Technology and Application 2014: Imaging Spectroscopy; and Telescopes and Large Optics, 92980K (18 November 2014);


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