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Unfortunately, earlier systems5 are used in many texts and still used by many workers, so when reading a document or first discussing radiometry with a coworker, it is 3 ISO is an acronym for International Organization for Standardization. stands for Commission Internationale de L’Eclairage (International Commission on Illumination). 5 The nomenclature and notation for radiometric, photometric, and quantum calculations evolved independently, and early workers in those fields developed their own vocabularies.

This was an outgrowth of the earlier The Handbook of Infrared Military Technology (Wolfe, 1965). Dereniak and Crowe (1984) Optical Radiation Detectors by E. L. Dereniak and D. G. Crowe, Wiley, New York. This is an excellent introduction; it covers radiometry and detectors. Accetta and Shumaker (1993) The Infrared and Electro-Optical Systems Handbook by J. S. Accetta and D. L. O. O. Box 10, Bellingham, Washington 98227-0010 Copyright © 1993 The Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers.

Highest useful signal might be defined as the point at which a given linearity specification is exceeded, and lowest measurable signal might be the signal at which S∕N = 1. Other criteria are possible, however. 8 Frequency Response The detector or system (detector plus electronics) will generally respond equally well to a range of low frequencies, but will not respond as well to higher frequencies. 11). 11 fc Frequency response. 5 mV. 707. This is sometimes expressed by saying that, at the corner frequency, “the signal is down by 3 dB,” and the corner frequency is sometimes referred to as the 3-dB frequency.

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