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The absolute radiometric calibration of the advanced very high resolution radiometer

Philip N. Slater

The absolute radiometric calibration of the advanced very high resolution radiometer

final report for the period of 28 February 1988 to 29 February 1989

by Philip N. Slater

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Published by Optical Sciences Center, University of Arizona in Tucson, Ariz .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radiometers -- Calibration.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementP.N. Slater, P.M. Teillet, and Y. Ding.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-185057.
    ContributionsTeillet, P. M., Ding, Y., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15392135M

    The geometric calibration is important in generating a highly accurate DSM by stereo pair images of PRISM. AVNIR-2 stands for the Advanced Visible and Near Infrared Radiometer type-2, and has four radiometric bands from blue to near infrared. The radiometric calibration is also important for PRISM as well as AVNIR Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer Bidirectional Reflectance Distribution Function Radiometric Calibration Earth View These keywords were added by machine and not by the by:

    October The Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) onboard the NPP is a band Earth-imaging spectroradiometer. It signifies a new era of moderate resolu-tion imaging capabilities, following the legacy of the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer and MODIS (Cao et al. ). VIIRS RSBs consist of 14 channels covering aCited by: 4. infrared channels of the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer on the NOAA-7, -9, and - 11 spacecraft, International Journal of Remote Sensing, , Vol. 16, N°. 11, RD Kaufman, Y. J. and Holben, B. N. () 'Calibration of the AVHRR visible and.

      Measurements of reflected sunlight at a nominal wavelength of μm, as observed with channel 1 of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR), are used to retrieve properties of clouds (Han et al. ; Nakajima and Nakajima ; Wetzel and Stowe ).Combined with the channel 1 observations, Cited by: QIUet al.:ABSOLUTE RADIOMETRIC CALIBRATION OF ERM ON FY-3B Fig. 2. ERM NFOV scanner’s normal scanning profiles in normal operation mode. NFOV channels make a scan every 4 s. WFOV channels make a sample every s. (a) For the Earth view, the File Size: KB.


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The absolute radiometric calibration of the advanced very high resolution radiometer by Philip N. Slater Download PDF EPUB FB2

NOAA Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) sensors. Although a prelaunch calibration was done for these sensors, there is no proper capability for monitoring any changes in the in-flight absolute calibration for the visible and near Author: P.

Slater, P. Teillet, Y. Ding. The absolute radiometric calibration of the advanced very high resolution radiometer - NASA/ADS The measurement conditions are described for an intensive field campaign at White Sands Missile Range for the calibration of the AVHRRs on NOAA-9, NOAA and NOAA, LANDSAT-4 TM Author: P.

Slater, P. Teillet, Y. Ding. This is the final report for NASA Grant NAGS, titled "The Absolute Radiometric Calibration of the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer." Three publications supported in part by the grant are included as appendices.

The measurement conditions are described for an intensive field campaign at. An increasing number of remote sensing investigations require radiometrically calibrated imagery from NOAA Advanced Very High Resolution Radiation (AVHRR) sensors.

Although a prelaunch calibration is done for these sensors, there is no capability for monitoring any changes in the in-flight absolute calibration for the visible and near infrared spectral channels.

The absolute radiometric calibration of the advanced very high resolution radiometer. By Y. Ding, P. Teillet and P. Slater. Abstract. The measurement conditions are described for an intensive field campaign at White Sands Missile Range for the calibration of the AVHRRs on NOAA-9, NOAA and NOAA, LANDSAT-4 TM and SPOT.

Three Author: Y. Ding, P. Teillet and P. Slater. The early results of an absolute radiometric calibration of the NOAA-9 AVHRR sensor indicate significant degradations in the response of bands 1 and 2 compared to prelaunch values. The results are currently in the process of being verified and it may be that refinements of the methodology will be in order as additional data sets are : Y.

Mao, P. Teillet and P. Slater. AIREX: The absolute radiometric calibration of the advanced very high resolution radiometer The early results of an absolute radiometric calibration of the NOAA-9 AVHRR sensor indicate significant degradations in the response of bands 1 and 2 compared to prelaunch values.

provides a typical two-point calibration. The absolute radio- metric calibration of the instrument is required to be traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) via secondary temperature standards. Studies have shown that under normal circumstances the absolute uncertainty of AVHRR radiometric calibration is within _+ K throughoutCited by: The Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) onboard the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) polar orbiting satellites is perhaps the most widely used sensor for Author: Tim Malthus.

these new calibration procedures are being applied operation- ally in the generation of the SST product and in the generation of geophysical products where the channels 3, 4, and 5 radi- ances are used as auxiliary inputs.

Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer The AVHRR is a broadband spectral radiometer that hasCited by: Advanced very high resolution radiometer (AVHRR) channels (1–5) in comparison to the Landsat multispectral scanner (MSS), the Landsat Thematic Mapper (TM), and the SPOT (HRV).

Channel number and spectral width indicated by boxes in Fig. The Ground-Based Absolute Radiometric Calibration of Landsat 8 OLI.

The Ground-Based Absolute Radiometric Calibration of. (VIIRS) and the Advanced Very High Resolution. Radiometric Calibration: Theory and Methods contains an engineering development of the theories and methods of radiometric calibration. This book is organized into 18 chapters.

Chapters I to V present an introduction to nomenclature, radiation geometry, and blackbody radiation that serves to simplify the discussion of the calibration theory.

Get this from a library. The absolute radiometric calibration of the advanced very high resolution radiometer: final report for the period of 28 February to 29 February [Philip N Slater; P M Teillet; Y Ding; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Rao, C.R.N., and Chen, J., Post launch calibration of the visible and near-infrared channels of the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer on NOAA–7, –9 and –11 spacecraft, NOAA Technical Report NES USDoC, Washington DC.

Google ScholarCited by: 3. In-flight absolute radiometric calibration is a highly reliable vicarious calibration method that depends on in situ measure- the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer. Furthermore, the factors involved, such as AOD and surface reflectance, are.

The absolute radiometric calibration of the advanced very high resolution radiometer: semi-annual status report Author: Philip N Slater ; P M Teillet ; Y Ding ; United States.

(see Slide 7&8). DG calibration team uses the Thuillier solar curve for their calculations •Theta is the solar zenith angle (meanSunEl from IMD file) Further information is available in Radiometric Use of WorldView-3 Imagery Technical Note Absolute Radiometric Calibration Adjustment Factors Season Results Released on April 3, File Size: KB.

Three different approaches are described for the absolute radiometric calibration of the two reflective channels of the NOAA AVHRR sensors. Method 1 relies on field measurements and refers to another calibrated satellite sensor that acquired high-resolution imagery on the same day as the AVHRR overpass.

Method 2 makes no reference to another sensor and is essentially an extension of the. The conference presents papers on new developments in aircraft and satellite sensors, radiometric calibration of remote sensing systems, ground-based and aircraft remote sensing measurement techniques, and applications of data compression and AI in remote sensing.

Consideration is given to the high-resolution imaging spectrometer, an airborne laser polarimeter system for Author: Philip N. Slater. The absolute radiometric calibration of terra imaging sensors: MODIS, MISR, and ASTER.

In X. Xiong, X. Gu, & J. J. Butler (Eds.), Earth Observing Systems XIX [Y] (Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering; Vol.

).Cited by: 3. The Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer Download very high resolution satellite image What Causes the Different Spinning Rates of a Radiometer?

- Duration: A detailed analysis of the calibration procedures for the NOAA advanced very high resolution radiometer (AVHRR) based on thermal vacuum test data was performed as part of the Warm Core Rings Experiment.

Systematic differences in the derived calibration results and those reported in the various addenda to work by Lauritson et al. () were found.