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High-resolution airborne imaging spectrometer
Author(s): Andre J. Villemaire; Serge Fortin; Claude Lafond; Marc-Andre A. Soucy; Jean-Francois Legault; Jean Giroux; Shawn M. Goodrich; Russell S. Bauldree; Ronald J. Rapp
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Paper Abstract

Spectral radiometers and imaging radiometers have been used for decades to provide detailed information about the infrared properties of remote objects. Both of these senors provide complementary information. Even more information can be obtained using a fusion of these two instruments. A spectral imaging radiometer provides data absolutely registered in the spatial, spectral and temporal domain. In this paper we present SARIS, a new spectral imaging radiometer that will operate both from airborne and ground-based platform. SARIS will provide high speed, highly accurate, 16 X 16 spatial radiometric measurements with 1 cm-1 spectral resolution in the 2 to 5 micrometer spectral band. SARIS will measure up to 150 datacubes (a datacube is a complete spatial/spectral measurement) at a spectral resolution of 8 cm-1 and covering the spectral range from 3.5 to 5 micrometer. In this paper we present the mission, technical requirements and conceptual design of SARIS.

Paper Details

Date Published: 26 October 1998
PDF: 7 pages
Proc. SPIE 3436, Infrared Technology and Applications XXIV, (26 October 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.328001
Show Author Affiliations
Andre J. Villemaire, BOMEM Inc. (Canada)
Serge Fortin, BOMEM Inc. (Canada)
Claude Lafond, BOMEM Inc. (Canada)
Marc-Andre A. Soucy, BOMEM Inc. (Canada)
Jean-Francois Legault, BOMEM Inc. (Canada)
Jean Giroux, BOMEM Inc. (Canada)
Shawn M. Goodrich, Air Force Development Test Ctr. (United States)
Russell S. Bauldree, Air Force Development Test Ctr. (United States)
Ronald J. Rapp, Air Force Research Lab. (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 3436:
Infrared Technology and Applications XXIV
Bjorn F. Andresen; Marija Strojnik, Editor(s)

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