1 February 1983 Simultaneous Multispectral Absolute Radiometer And Transmissometer System
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Abstract
A mobile optical laboratory has been developed for the study of atmospheric electro-optical phenomena. This system offers significant advantages over previously fielded measurement hardware. The system incorporates 0.9 meter collecting optics; precision, motor-driven, optical support structures; secondary standard, broadband IR sources; visible and IR laser sources; a full duplex FM microwave data link; four transmissometer channels; four radiometer channels; and a high-resolution thermal imager. A modular system design combined with extraordinary mobility make this system a versatile research tool capable of addressing many diverse atmospheric electro-optical problems. A detailed description of the system is presented. The application of the system to the study of battlefield obscurant effects on electro-optical systems is demonstrated with specific examples.
Stephen T. Hanley, Stephen T. Hanley, Kenneth O. White, Kenneth O. White, Frederick G. Smith, Frederick G. Smith, Timothy J. Rogne, Timothy J. Rogne, Scott M. Singer, Scott M. Singer, } "Simultaneous Multispectral Absolute Radiometer And Transmissometer System," Optical Engineering 22(1), 221100 (1 February 1983). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7973055 . Submission:
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