1 July 2003 Automatic instrument for the spectral characterization of charge-coupled-device based scientific cameras
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Abstract
We describe a compact automatic device designed to characterize scientific cameras based on photon-limited CCD sensors, by measuring the gain, the linearity, and the quantum efficiency as a function of the wavelength in the visible region and in the near IR. The device is completely automated and requires only a few simple survey controls because it is designed to be operated by unqualified users.
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Alberto Di Lieto, Alberto Di Lieto, R. Grassi, R. Grassi, Manuele Turini, Manuele Turini, "Automatic instrument for the spectral characterization of charge-coupled-device based scientific cameras," Journal of Electronic Imaging 12(3), (1 July 2003). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.1579486 . Submission:
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