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Spectrometric test of a linear array sensor
Kenneth S. Brown
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Spectrometric Test of A Linear Array Sensor Kenneth S. Brown Moon S. Kim JANUARY have been measured with a linear array type spectroradiometer. The spectral wavelength precision of this insuu- flective grating and an array detector.
Light enters the sensor thru an aperture slit with a 10 degree field of view. Get this from a library. Spectrometric test of a linear array sensor. [Kenneth S Brown; Moon S Kim; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Scientific and Technical Information Branch.]. Spectrometric test of a linear array sensor. By Moon S. Kim and Kenneth S. Brown. Abstract. A spectroradiometer which measures spectral reflectivities and irradiance in discrete spectral channels was tested to determine the accuracy of its wavelength calibration.
This sensor is a primary tool in the remote sensing investigations conducted on Author: Moon S. Kim and Kenneth S. Brown. Spatial Selectivity of Linear Electrostatic Sensor Arrays for Particle Velocity Measurement Article in IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement 62(1) January with 19 Reads.
A 16 pixels CdZnTe linear array detector was purchased from eV-Products (USA). As for CdTe, the detector thickness is 3 mm, but the pixel area is mm x mm. The detector geometry takes advantage of the small pixel effect . It is now well established that the small pixel effect improves the spectrometric performances of CdTe andFile Size: KB.
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The ME is a linear array pixel detector based on a of 3 mm thick CdT e sensor with µ m pixels. The main features of the detector are reported in table 2.
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A sensor array is a group of sensors, usually deployed in a certain geometry pattern, used for collecting and processing electromagnetic or acoustic signals.
The advantage of using a sensor array over using a single sensor lies in the fact that an array adds new dimensions to the observation, helping to estimate more parameters and improve the estimation performance.
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Construction of image sensor The NMOS image sensor consists of a scanning circuit made up of MOS transistors, a photodiode array, and a switching transistor array that addresses each photodiode, all integrated onto a monolithic silicon chip.
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