Abstract

We describe a short-wavelength infrared (900–1700 nm) hyperspectrometer for a variety of pure and applied research applications involving the environment, remote Earth sensing, agricultural/forest monitoring, etc. This spectrometer can be used in the laboratory, in ground-based applications, and from aircraft. Laboratory and flight testing of the hyperspectrometer confirmed that the basic engineering design solutions used were valid and enabled us to assess the specifications and functionality of the spectrometer.

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