Improved detector performance rendering in the optical spectral ranges to provide accurate image.

basaad hadi hamza

Abstract


Modern sensor systems have complex sensor assemblies with performance depending on variety of factors. An algorithm presented in this work to provide accurate image rendering in the optical spectral ranges of IR imaging systems. From the images output notice that in long wavelength bandwidth of IR (8-12) µm the image was more clarity without noise. This mean S/N ratio and the Efficiency of detector is bigger than band (1-3) µm. Recommend that this method can be used to improve the performance of the thermal detector which uses in thermal imaging system in any package of wavelength. This algorithm can be store as a code in the cart storage of IR imaging system.

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IR imaging system, detectors

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23851/mjs.v29i4.341

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