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NBS photodetector spectral response calibration transfer program
Edward F. Zalewski
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Gaithersburg, MD, Washington, DC
Written in English
|Statement||Edward F. Zalewski.|
|Series||NBS measurement services, NBS special publication ;, 250-17|
|LC Classifications||QC100 .U57 no. 250-17, QC465 .U57 no. 250-17|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 48,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||88600509|
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1. Introduction. The use of filtered radiometers in a wide range of radiometric activities has been made possible by the advent of stable, reliable, and inexpensive solid state detectors .A filtered radiometer consists of an optical filter designed to transmit in a selected wavelength range and a photodetector, most commonly a silicon photodiode or other solid-state device, to detect the. This series was initiated in to supplement the Bureau's regular publications program. Technical Notes provide a means for making available scientific data that are of transient or limited interest. The NBS scale of spectral irradiance. by Saunders, R. D.; Shumaker, J. B. texts. The NBS detector response.
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Gaithersburg, MD: U.S. Dept. Title: The NBS Photodetector Spectral Response Calibration Transfer Program Author: E. Zalewski Subject: Optical radiation Keywords: calibration,linearity. NBS photodetector spectral response calibration transfer program vi, 48,  p.
(DLC) (OCoLC) Microfiche: Zalewski, Edward F. NBS photodetector spectral response calibration transfer program. vi, 48,  p. (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource.
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Metrologia, 28, – ADS CrossRef Google Scholar. Sometimes, the spectral response of a photodetector is intentionally limited with an optical filter, because a response to certain other wavelengths is undesirable for a particular application.
In some cases, one wants to avoid degradation effects caused by short-wavelength light (e.g. ultraviolet light). Author: Mark Johnson File Size: MB Format: PDF, ePub Download: Read: Figure 6 Comparison between the spectral response.
The NBS photodetector spectral. practical examples and discussed in comparison with direct calibration methods where emphasis is put on. As for standard detector transfer scheme, which is based on the actual measurement and calibration of the power spectral density of FTIR system using a standard detector with known spectral responsivity, some problems also exist.
Theoretically, if the data of standard detector is precise enough, the corrected results should be precise. The NBS photodetector spectral response calibration transfer program. (NBS Special Publication ). Larason TC. The NIST High Accuracy Scale for Absolute Spectral Response from nm to nm.
Journal of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Full text of "Detector spectral response from to nm using a monochromator based spectral comparator" See other formats NBS TECHNICAL NOTE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE/ National Bureau of Standards Detector Spectral Response From to 1 nm Using a Monochromator Based Spectral Comparator NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS The National Bureau of Standards.
Title: The NBS photodetector spectral response calibration transfer program Date Published: Authors: Edward F Zalewski Report Number: NBS SP doi: / Download PDF | Download Citation. A load resistor will react with the photodetector junction capacitance to limit the bandwidth.
For best frequency response, a 50 Ω terminator should be used in conjunction with a 50 Ω coaxial cable. The bandwidth (f BW) and the rise time response (t r) can be approximated using the junction capacitance (C j) and the load resistance (R LOAD).
The working standard detectors are used to perform daily calibrations of both production units and re-calibrations of customer’s detectors.
After a calibration, the detector is accompanied by a hard copy of measurements in the form of spectral responsivity (A/W) in 10 nm increments, over the entire spectral range for that specific detector. Spectral response As can be seen from the figure above, Hamamatsu provides a variety of infrared detectors with different spectral response characteristics.
It should be noted that cooling a detector element may affect its spectral response. For InGaAs, InAs, InSb and InAsSb detectors, the spectral response shifts to the shorter wavelength side.
The following figure shows the spectral dependence of responsivity and quantum efficiency for different semiconductor materials.
3. Speed of Response and Bandwidth. The speed of response and bandwidth of a photodetector depend on three factors. The transit time of .Cell Spectral Response. The spectral response of each of the six cells was measured with a modi- fied Perki n-Elmer prism monochromator Model 98 which has been calibrated with the NBS Detector Response Transfer and Intercomparison Package (4).
These spectral response curves are shown in .The spectral response of the OLI is slightly different to the ETM+, and so there may be slight differences in the reflectance measurements.
Since the differences are a function not just of spectral responses, but also of the target pixels, there is a need to assess these .