Abstract

Examples are used to show the development trends of optoelectronic complexes for the diagnosis and certification of continuous-spectrum radiation sources under laboratory, shop, and field conditions. Questions of the metrological assurance of the measurements are considered.

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  1. S. M. Vugman and N. S. Vdovin, Thermal Radiation Sources for Metrology (Énergoatomizdat, Moscow, 1988) (Biblioteka Svetotekhnika, No. 17).
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  6. “Direct measurements with multiple observations. Methods of processing the results,” GOST 8.207-76.

1960 (1)

N. N. Ogurtsova, I. V. Podmoshenskiĭ, and M. I. Demidov, “Pulsed light source with radiation similar to an ~40000-K blackbody,” Opt.-Mekh. Prom-st. 1, 1 (1960).

Demidov, M. I.

N. N. Ogurtsova, I. V. Podmoshenskiĭ, and M. I. Demidov, “Pulsed light source with radiation similar to an ~40000-K blackbody,” Opt.-Mekh. Prom-st. 1, 1 (1960).

Ogurtsova, N. N.

N. N. Ogurtsova, I. V. Podmoshenskiĭ, and M. I. Demidov, “Pulsed light source with radiation similar to an ~40000-K blackbody,” Opt.-Mekh. Prom-st. 1, 1 (1960).

Podmoshenskii, I. V.

N. N. Ogurtsova, I. V. Podmoshenskiĭ, and M. I. Demidov, “Pulsed light source with radiation similar to an ~40000-K blackbody,” Opt.-Mekh. Prom-st. 1, 1 (1960).

Vdovin, N. S.

S. M. Vugman and N. S. Vdovin, Thermal Radiation Sources for Metrology (Énergoatomizdat, Moscow, 1988) (Biblioteka Svetotekhnika, No. 17).

Vugman, S. M.

S. M. Vugman and N. S. Vdovin, Thermal Radiation Sources for Metrology (Énergoatomizdat, Moscow, 1988) (Biblioteka Svetotekhnika, No. 17).

Opt.-Mekh. Prom-st. (1)

N. N. Ogurtsova, I. V. Podmoshenskiĭ, and M. I. Demidov, “Pulsed light source with radiation similar to an ~40000-K blackbody,” Opt.-Mekh. Prom-st. 1, 1 (1960).

Other (5)

“Photometry. Terms and definitions,” GOST 26148-84.

“Pulse photometry. Terms, definitions, and letter symbols of quantities,” GOST 24286-80.

State Combined Testing, “State verification layout for media for measurements of the spectral radiance density, the spectral density of the radiant intensity, and the spectral irradiance density in the wavelength range 0.25-25μm,” GOST 195-89.

“Direct measurements with multiple observations. Methods of processing the results,” GOST 8.207-76.

S. M. Vugman and N. S. Vdovin, Thermal Radiation Sources for Metrology (Énergoatomizdat, Moscow, 1988) (Biblioteka Svetotekhnika, No. 17).

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