The Infrared and electro-optical systems handbook, Volume 1
This eight-volume set is an authoritative collection presenting state-of-the-art information on infrared and electro-optical systems. The handbook has been completely revised and updated, featuring 45 chapters written by 80 experts in IR/EO technology.
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Infrared Line Scanning Systems William L McCracken
ForwardLooking Infrared Systems George S Hopper
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3-km altitude aircraft algorithm angular angular resolution aperture atmospheric average background bandwidth blackbody clouds clutter components computed contrast coverage density detection display dynamic range earthshine effect element emissivity exposure false-alarm rate field of view filter fixed-pattern noise FLIR focal plane frame HgCdTe HITRAN horizontal path spectral IFOV imagery infrared IRLS systems irradiance IRST linear LWIR measured MODTRAN modulation transfer function mrad MRTD multispectral MWIR NETD noise-equivalent object operation optics output parameters performance Photoconductors photon pixel plume processor radiant intensity radiation ratio reflectance resolution response sampling scanner scene sensor shown in Fig signal processing signal-to-noise ratio signature solar space Spatial Frequency Spatial Frequency Cycles/km spectral band spectral radiance spectrum spread factor staring staring array surface Table target temperature temporal thermal threshold Total horizontal path track transfer function transmission typical variation velocity wavelength Wavenumber