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24 June 1980 Development Of An Earth Resource Pushbroom Scanner Utilizing A 90-Element 8-14 Micrometer (Hg,Cd)Te Array
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Proceedings Volume 0226, Infrared Imaging Systems Technology; (1980) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.958719
Event: 1980 Technical Symposium East, 1980, Washington, D.C., United States
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Thermal infrared Pushbroom scanners being developed for NASA's earth resources survey experiments in the middle to late 1980's offer high spectral, spatial and temporal resolution, and high reliability through design simplicity. This mode of operation does not require moving optics; has integral chopping and calibration, and consequently, the Pushbroom scanner is lighter, simpler and more compact than its electromechanical predecessors. This paper describes the development of a 90 linear element, 8-14 micrometer, photoconductive (PC) (Hg,Cd)Te, IR/CCD/MUX Pushbroom Field Test Instrument.
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Thomas J. Brown "Development Of An Earth Resource Pushbroom Scanner Utilizing A 90-Element 8-14 Micrometer (Hg,Cd)Te Array", Proc. SPIE 0226, Infrared Imaging Systems Technology, (24 June 1980); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.958719
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