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15 May 2009 History of biological aerosol standoff detection at the Applied Physics Laboratory
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Since this is the tenth Chemical and Biological Sensing Conference, it is timely to reflect on progress in this field. We present a perspective on biological standoff detection from the point of view of past and current programs at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Topics will include our role in field testing, laboratory measurements and system modeling. We will also review the APL program in optical property determination of biological aerosols. Many challenges have been overcome and many lessons learned over the years that are worth reporting.
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P. G. Fuechsel, A. K. Carr, M. E. Thomas, J. F. Garten, and C. C. Carter "History of biological aerosol standoff detection at the Applied Physics Laboratory", Proc. SPIE 7304, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Sensing X, 730408 (15 May 2009);

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