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Measurement Techniques

, Volume 48, Issue 11, pp 1057–1063 | Cite as

Unified Measurements of Quantities Characterizing Incoherent Optical Radiation

  • V. I. Sapritskii
  • S. P. Morozova
  • S. A. Ogarev
  • M. N. Pavlovich
  • A. S. Panfilov
  • B. B. Khlevnoi
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Abstract

A suite of state primary standards is described for the units of optical radiation consisting of precision standard sources, detectors, and other opticoelectronic devices developed at VNIIOFI in the period 1982–2002. Results are given from international comparisons and the use of standard facilities and calibration units for metrological support to space research and remote Earth sensing.

Key words

optical radiometry photometry black body state primary standards metrology preflight space calibration 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. I. Sapritskii
  • S. P. Morozova
  • S. A. Ogarev
  • M. N. Pavlovich
  • A. S. Panfilov
  • B. B. Khlevnoi

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