19 July 2012 Noise sources in imaging static Fourier transform spectrometers
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Imaging static Fourier transform spectrometers are well-adapted instruments for remote sensing. However, the path from the raw images to the spectral images is quite long, thus multiplying the potential noise sources. In this article, we propose to review these perturbation sources. We first recall how detector or photon noise on the interferogram affects the estimated spectrum. Then, we focus on inhomogeneities of the focal plane array. Although these inhomogeneities are deterministic, they generate noise when they are ill-corrected. Finally, we describe defects due to errors that may occur during the image processing step. We also give some avenues to limit the impact of these noises.
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Yann Ferrec, Yann Ferrec, Christophe Coudrain, Christophe Coudrain, Jérôme Primot, Jérôme Primot, Noura Ayari-Matallah, Noura Ayari-Matallah, Pierre H. Chavel, Pierre H. Chavel, François Goudail, François Goudail, Hervé Sauer, Hervé Sauer, Jean Taboury, Jean Taboury, Jean-Claude L. Fontanella, Jean-Claude L. Fontanella, } "Noise sources in imaging static Fourier transform spectrometers," Optical Engineering 51(11), 111716 (19 July 2012). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.51.11.111716 . Submission:

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