A non-contact heart rate detection method based on the dual-wavelength technique is proposed and demonstrated experimentally. The heart rate is obtained based on the PhotoPlethysmoGraphy (PPG). Each detection module uses the reflection detection probe which is composed of the LED and the photodiode. It is a well-known fact that the differences in the circuits of two detection modules result in different responses of two modules for motion artifacts. It will cause a time delay between the two signals. This poses a great challenge to compensate the motion artifacts during measurements. In order to solve this problem, we have firstly used the time registration and translated the signals to ensure that the two signals are consistent in time domain. Then the adaptive filter is used to compensate the motion artifacts. Moreover, the data obtained by using this non-contact detection system is compared with those of the conventional finger blood volume pulse (BVP) sensor by simultaneously measuring the heart rate of the subject. During the experiment, the left hand remains stationary and is detected by a conventional finger BVP sensor. Meanwhile, the moving palm of right hand is detected by the proposed system. The data obtained from the proposed non-contact system are consistent and comparable with that of the BVP sensor. This method can effectively suppress the interference caused by the two circuit differences and successfully compensate the motion artifacts. This technology can be used in medical and daily heart rate measurement.
The Offner-Chrisp spectrometer is the preferred optical configuration in many spectroscopic imaging applications because it has several advantages over other similar instruments. Freeform surfaces enable imaginative optics by providing abundant degrees of freedom for an optical designer as compared to spherical surfaces, and offer many advantages in imaging application. An Offner-Chrisp imaging spectrometer with freeform surfaces is designed in this paper. The imaging spectrometer works at the wavelength range from 200 to 1500nm. The freeform surfaces are used to reduce the residual aberration over the large wavelength range and achieve a large flat field simultaneously. Different types of freeform surfaces are considered to evaluate their potential, e.g. anamorphic aspherical surface, X-Y polynomial surface and Zernike polynomial surface. Benefits from the freeform surfaces, the residual aberrations are well corrected, especially in the UV region and a flat field over the wide wavelength range is also obtained. The image quality is near diffraction limits. The smile and keystone are also well controlled <0.1μm.
The primary mirror is an important optical component of space camera. Its performance related to the optical image quality, and the weight directly affects the whole camera weight. The traditional design of primary mirror relies on much experience, lacking of precise theory, and many design parameters obtained by empirical formulas, thus the performance of the result is unstable. For this study, a primary mirror made of SiC with the diameter of 700mm was conceptual designed to get the optimized structure. Then sensitivity analysis was carried out to determine the optimum thickness of the back muscles. Finally, the optimum primary mirror fully satisfied the required was completed, with outstanding mechanical performance and light weight. A comparison between the optimum primary and traditional primary was performed and the results showed that the optimum primary has higher lightweight ratio increased by 5%, higher modal frequency increased by 81Hz.The maximum deformation under gravity reduced by 48nm, PV of the mirror surface reduced by 8.1nm and RMS reduced by 3.1nm. All the results indicated that the optimization method in the paper is reasonable and effective, which gives a reference to the primary mirror design in the future.
In order to reduce the volume and quality of the imaging system , and to improve spectral resolution and achieve large dispersion width with large field of view .A novel modified imaging system is presented. In this system, the second Fery prism combined reflection with twice dispersion, the beam passes through the prism twice to be dispersed. Therefore, the system realizes compact miniature compared with conventional one. The system overcomes the disadvantages of making convex grating and serious spectral overlapping effectively. This paper presents the results of design, the results show that the structure corrects spectral bending and spectral smiles, which satisfies the requirements of airborne imaging spectrometer.
Spectral curvature (smile effect) is universally existed in dispersive imaging spectrometer. Since most image processing systems considered all spatial pixels having the same wavelength, spectral curvature destroys the response consistence of the radiation energy in spatial dimension, it is necessary to correct the spectral curvature based on the spectral calibration data of the imaging spectrometer. Interpolation is widely used in resampling the measured spectra at the non-offset wavelength, but it is not versatile because the accuracy is different due to the spectral resolution changed. In the paper, we introduce the inverse distance weighted(IDW) method in spectrum resampling. First, calculate the Euclidean distance between the non-offset wavelength and the points near to it, the points number can be two, three, four or five, as many as you define. Then use the Euclidean distance to calculate the weight value of these points. Finally calculate the radiation of non-offset wavelength using the weight value and its corresponding radiation. The results turned out to be effective with the practical data acquired by the instrument, and it has the characteristics of versatility, simplicity, and fast.
The principle of all types of spectrometers and structural features are studied , a new metrhod to design prism
spectrometer system with wide field of view is proposed ,which is based on the offner struture .This type of spectrometer
allows twice dispersion through the same prism.Compared with the traditional dispersive spectrometer system ,which
can be greater dispersion width and smaller volume.Compared with the gating spectrometer ,which overcomes low
diffracion efficiency,spectrum overlapping, ghosts, low SIR and other shortcomings. Finally, the design results were
analyzed, and the image quality was evaluated.The results from the design anslysis showed the spectrometer has a
smaller spectrum bending ,the MTF of the system at different wavelengths is close to the diffraction limit and the design
meets the requirements .