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A method of relative radiometric correction for linear push-broom CCD Image without calibration device onboard
Author(s): Ming Yan; Zhiyong Wang; Shaoshuai He; Fei Wu; Bingyang Yu
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Paper Abstract

The obvious vertical strip and chromatic aberration exist in the raw images obtained from the linear push-broom CCD, due to the different response among CCD detectors, the odd/even effect raised in signal transfer and the inconsistency of electronic link outside CCD array. In this paper, one relative radiometric correction method based on dark target image to calculate the bias coefficient and stable light target image to calculate the gain coefficient is discussed, taking the Beijing-1 small satellite panchromatic image as an example. This method is independent of the statistic characteristics of the corrected image, not only can remove the strip noise and the eliminate chromatic aberration, but also can make the color balance of the image, and is suitable for the relative radiometric calibration of linear push-broom CCD remote sensing image without calibration device onboard.

Paper Details

Date Published: 15 August 2011
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 8203, Remote Sensing of the Environment: The 17th China Conference on Remote Sensing, 820303 (15 August 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.910361
Show Author Affiliations
Ming Yan, Beijing Landview Mapping Information Technology Co., Ltd. (China)
Zhiyong Wang, Beijing Landview Mapping Information Technology Co., Ltd. (China)
Twenty First Century Aerospace Technology Co., Ltd. (China)
Shaoshuai He, Beijing Landview Mapping Information Technology Co., Ltd. (China)
Fei Wu, Beijing Landview Mapping Information Technology Co., Ltd. (China)
Bingyang Yu, Beijing Landview Mapping Information Technology Co., Ltd. (China)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 8203:
Remote Sensing of the Environment: The 17th China Conference on Remote Sensing
Qingxi Tong; Xingfa Gu; Boqin Zhu, Editor(s)

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