Monochromatic radiation source for calibration of the relative spectral sensitivity of earth observation instruments
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The design of the major components and parts of a wide-aperture monochromatic radiation source for calibration of earth observation instruments, and its technical and metrological characteristics, are discussed. The uncertainty budget for reproducing the relative spectral distribution of the source at wavelengths of 0.3–2.5 μm is calculated.
Key wordswide-aperture monochromatic radiation source spectral sensitivity wavelength earth observation instruments
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