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Next-Generation Spectroscopic Technologies IX
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Volume Number: 9855
Date Published: 17 June 2016

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Front Matter: Volume 9855
Author(s): Proceedings of SPIE
Miniaturized NIR scanning grating spectrometer for use in mobile phones
Author(s): Jens Knobbe; Tino Pügner; Heinrich Grüger
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How can wireless, mobile data acquisition be used for taking part of the lab to the sample, and how can it join the internet of things?
Author(s): Peter Trzcinski; Vassili Karanassios
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Built-in hyperspectral camera for smartphone in visible, near-infrared and middle-infrared lights region (first report): trial products of beans-size Fourier-spectroscopic line-imager and feasibility experimental results of middle-infrared spectroscopic imaging
Author(s): Ichiro Ishimaru; Natsumi Kawashima; Satsuki Hosono
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Built-in hyperspectral camera for smartphone in visible, near-infrared and middle-infrared lights region (second report): sensitivity improvement of Fourier-spectroscopic imaging to detect diffuse reflection lights from internal human tissues for healthcare sensors
Author(s): Natsumi Kawashima; Satsuki Hosono; Ichiro Ishimaru
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Built-in hyperspectral camera for smartphone in visible, near-infrared and middle-infrared lights region (third report): spectroscopic imaging for broad-area and real-time componential analysis system against local unexpected terrorism and disasters
Author(s): Satsuki Hosono; Natsumi Kawashima; Dirk Wollherr; Ichiro Ishimaru
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MEMS FPI-based smartphone hyperspectral imager
Author(s): Anna Rissanen; Heikki Saari; Kari Rainio; Ingmar Stuns; Kai Viherkanto; Christer Holmlund; Ismo Näkki; Harri Ojanen
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Parametric models of reflectance spectra for dyed fabrics
Author(s): Daniel C. Aiken; Scott Ramsey; Troy Mayo; Samuel G. Lambrakos; Joseph Peak
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Application of parabolic reflector on Raman analysis of gas samples
Author(s): Anlan Yu; Duluo Zuo; Jun Gao; Bin Li; Xingbing Wang
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3D printing in chemistry: past, present and future
Author(s): Ryan Shatford; Vassili Karanassios
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Distributed-feedback interband cascade lasers with reduced contact duty cycles
Author(s): C. D. Merritt; W. W. Bewley; C. L. Canedy; C. S. Kim; M. Kim; M. V. Warren; I. Vurgaftman; J. R. Meyer
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Validation and calibration of a TDLAS oxygen sensor for in-line measurement on flow-packed products
Author(s): L. Cocola; M. Fedel; H. Allermann; S. Landa; G. Tondello; A. Bardenstein; L. Poletto
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Single-mode interband cascade laser sources for mid-infrared spectroscopic applications
Author(s): J. Scheuermann; M. von Edlinger; R. Weih; S. Becker; L. Nähle; M. Fischer; J. Koeth; M. Kamp; S. Höfling
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Portable low power cavity ring-down spectrometer for precise measurement of carbon dioxide, methane and water vapor
Author(s): Derek Fleck; John Hoffnagle; Sze Tan; Yonggang He
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Long wave infrared tunable filter based on guided mode resonant effect
Author(s): Mark S. Mirotznik; Neelam Gupta; Morgan McElhiney; Victoria Carey
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Handheld and mobile hyperspectral imaging sensors for wide-area standoff detection of explosives and chemical warfare agents
Author(s): Nathaniel R. Gomer; Charles W. Gardner; Matthew P. Nelson
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A novel CMOS-compatible, monolithically integrated line-scan hyperspectral imager covering the VIS-NIR range
Author(s): Pilar Gonzalez; Klaas Tack; Bert Geelen; Bart Masschelein; Wouter Charle; Bart Vereecke; Andy Lambrechts
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Optical unmixing using programmable spectral source based on DMD
Author(s): Ding Luo; Sebastian Bauer; Miro Taphanel; Thomas Längle; Fernando Puente León; Jürgen Beyerer
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Design of thin-film filters for resolution improvements in filter-array based spectrometers using DSP
Author(s): Woong-Bi Lee; Cheolsun Kim; Gun Wu Ju; Yong Tak Lee; Heung-No Lee
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