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Record 29 of 28855
Earth Observing-1 Advanced Land Imager: Dark Current and Noise Characterization and Anomalous Detectors
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Author and Affiliation:
Mendenhall, J. A.
Abstract: The dark current and noise characteristics of the Earth Observing-1 Advanced Land Imager measured during ground calibration at MIT Lincoln Laboratory are presented. Data were collected for the nominal focal plane operating temperature of 220 K as well as supplemental operating temperatures (215 and 225 K). Dark current baseline values are provided, and noise characterization includes the evaluation of white, coherent, low frequency, and high frequency components. Finally, anomalous detectors, characterized by unusual dark current, noise, gain, or cross-talk properties are investigated.
Publication Date: May 07, 2001
Document ID:
20010088361
(Acquired Sep 28, 2001)
Subject Category: EARTH RESOURCES AND REMOTE SENSING
Report/Patent Number: PB2001-105706, MIT-EO-1-5
Document Type: Technical Report
Contract/Grant/Task Num: F19628-00-C-0002
Financial Sponsor: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center; Greenbelt, MD United States
Department of the Air Force; Washington, DC United States
NASA Langley Research Center; Hampton, VA United States
Organization Source: Massachusetts Inst. of Tech.; Lincoln Lab.; Lexington, MA United States
Description: 86p; In English; Original contains color illustrations
Distribution Limits: Unclassified; Publicly available; Unlimited
Rights: No Copyright
NASA Terms: REMOTE SENSING; DARK CURRENT; NOISE MEASUREMENT; LANDSAT SATELLITES; RANDOM NOISE; WHITE NOISE; PSEUDORANDOM SEQUENCES; CALIBRATING; NOISE SPECTRA; CROSSTALK
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