Measurement Techniques

, Volume 48, Issue 9, pp 907–912 | Cite as

Tomographic Spectrometer for Spectral Analysis of Images

  • F. V. Bulygin
Optophysical Measurements


A new type or imaging spectrometer is proposed, in which tomographic transformation of a two-dimensional image into a one-dimensional image is performed instead of scanning of the original image using the inlet slit. The optical circuits of the device and an experiment at spectral analysis of an image of the Earth's surface is performed.

Key words

imaging spectrometer tomographic image spectral analysis 


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