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11. Spectral responsivity calibrations of two type pyroelectric radiometers using three different methods
Published: 8/15/2012
Authors: Jinan Zeng, George P Eppeldauer, Leonard M Hanssen, Vyacheslav B Podobedov
Abstract: Spectral responsivity calibrations of two different type pyroelectric radiometers have been made in infrared region up to 14 μm in power mode using three different calibration facilities at NIST. One pyroelectric radiometer is a temperature-cont ...

12. PV-MCT working standard radiometer
Published: 4/24/2012
Authors: George P Eppeldauer, Vyacheslav B Podobedov
Abstract: Sensitive infrared working-standard detectors with large active area are needed to extend the signal dynamic range of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) pyroelectric transfer-standards used for infrared spectral power responsiv ...

13. Matrix-based color measurement corrections of tristimulus colorimeters
Published: 4/20/2012
Authors: George P Eppeldauer, Z. T. Kosztyan, J. D. Schanda
Abstract: For image taking colorimetry the tristimulus technique is still the best practical method to keep the measurement time within reasonable limits. However, the achievable color measurement uncertainties for special sources can be significant because of ...

14. Infrared detector calibrations
Published: 3/22/2012
Authors: George P Eppeldauer, Vyacheslav B Podobedov
Abstract: An InSb working standard radiometer, first calibrated at NIST in 1999 against a cryogenic bolometer, was recently calibrated against a newly developed low-NEP pyroelectric transfer standard detector. The pyroelectric transfer standard, which can oper ...

15. Comparison of laser-based and monochromator-based thermodynamic temperature measurements
Published: 3/19/2012
Authors: George P Eppeldauer, Howard W Yoon, Jorge Enrique Neira, Vladimir Khromchenko, Charles E Gibson, Allan W. Smith
Abstract: In this work, we describe the comparisons between the laser-based and monochromator-based radiance responsivity calibrations of a radiation thermometer. The spectral selection of the radiation thermometer is performed using a photopic-response fi ...

16. Extension of the NIST spectral power-responsivity calibration service to 2500 nm
Published: 3/2/2012
Authors: George P Eppeldauer, Howard W Yoon, Jinan Zeng, Thomas C Larason, Jeanne M Houston, Vladimir Khromchenko
Abstract: The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is working to extend the upper wavelength limit of the spectral power-responsivity calibration service from 1800 nm to 2500 nm. This extension is based on extended-InGaAs (EIGA) transfer- and ...

17. New method for spectral irradiance and radiance responsivity calibrations using kHz pulsed tunable optical parametric oscillators
Published: 3/2/2012
Authors: Yuqin Zong, Steven W Brown, George P Eppeldauer, Keith R Lykke, Yoshihiro Ohno
Abstract: Continuous-wave (CW) tunable lasers have been used for detector calibrations, especially for spectral irradiance and radiance responsivity, for many years at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and other national metrology insti ...

18. Standardization of Broadband UV Measurements for 365 nm LED Sources
Series: Journal of Research (NIST JRES)
Report Number: 117.004
Published: 2/2/2012
Author: George P Eppeldauer
Abstract: Broadband UV measurements are analyzed when UV-A irradiance meters measure optical radiation from 365-nm sources. The CIE standardized rectangular-shape UV-A function can be realized only with large spectral mismatch errors. The spectral power-di ...

19. Comparison of a detector-based near-IR radiance-scale to an ITS-90 calibrated radiation thermometer
Published: 8/7/2011
Authors: George P Eppeldauer, Howard W Yoon, Jinan Zeng, Thomas C Larason
Abstract: Integrating-sphere-input InGaAs radiometers have been developed at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to extend the detector-based calibrations from the Si range to the near-IR. These near-IR radiometers are used to determine t ...

20. Increased responsivity pyroelectric radiometer with dome input and temperature control
Published: 7/18/2011
Authors: George P Eppeldauer, Jinan Zeng, Leonard M Hanssen
Abstract: Pyroelectric radiometers with noise-equivalent-power (NEP) close to 1 nW/Hz¿ have been developed to measure less than 1 microwatt radiant power levels at room temperature to 25 micrometer. The radiometers will be used as transfer standards for routin ...

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