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11. Hyperspectral Image Projector Applications
Joseph Paul Rice, Steven W Brown, David W Allen, Howard W Yoon, Maritoni Abatayo Litorja, Jeeseong Hwang
For the past several years NIST has been developing, along with several collaborators, a
Hyperspectral Image Projector (HIP). This scene projector produces high-resolution programmable
spectra and projects them into dynamic two-dimensional images ...
12. Towards realization of a large-area, LED-based solar simulator
Behrang H Hamadani, Kangbin Chua, John F Roller, Howard W Yoon, Brian P Dougherty
LED-based solar simulators have shown great promise as alternative light sources for indoor testing of PV cells as compared to their traditional counterparts. However, large-area uniform illumination more suitable for larger cells and module measurem ...
13. Comparison of a detector-based near-IR radiance-scale to an ITS-90 calibrated radiation thermometer
George P Eppeldauer, Howard W Yoon, Jinan Zeng, Thomas C Larason
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 ...
14. SP250 Spectral Irradiance Calibrations
Special Publication (NIST SP)
Howard W Yoon, Charles E Gibson
This document describes the process of the realization, the maintenance and the dissemination of the spectral irradiance scale and its accompanying uncertainties at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. It describes the measurement pro ...
15. Long-Term Monitoring of the Ultraviolet Irradiance Scale at the Facility for Irradiance Calibration Using Synchrotrons
Zhigang Li, Ping-Shine Shaw, Uwe Arp, Charles E Gibson, Howard W Yoon, Keith R Lykke
In 2004, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) established the ultraviolet (UV) spectral irradiance scale from 200 nm to 400 nm using the calculable irradiance of the Synchrotron Ultraviolet Radiation Facility (SURF). Since the es ...
16. Calibrations of Current-to-Voltage Transimpedance Amplifiers Using Electrical Standards
Howard W Yoon, George P Eppeldauer, Dean G Jarrett, Thomas C Larason, Wan-Seop Kim
For photocurrent measurements with low uncertainties, a wide-dynamic range current-to-voltage converter traceable to resistance standards has been developed at the NIST. The design and calibration of the converter standard are described. For validat ...
17. Spectral irradiance responsivity calibration of InSb radiometers using the improved IR-SIRCUS at NIST
Jinan Zeng, Howard W Yoon, George P Eppeldauer, Leonard M Hanssen, Joseph Paul Rice
The spectral irradiance responsivity calibrations of InSb radiometers measured on the tunable-laser based Infrared Spectral Irradiance and Radiance Responsivity Calibration with Uniform Sources (IR-SIRCUS) facility are discussed. This work describes ...
18. The Extension of the NIST BRDF Scale from 1100 nm to 2500 nm
Howard W Yoon, David W Allen, George P Eppeldauer, Benjamin K Tsai
Measurements of bi-directional reflectance factor for diffuse reflectance from 1100 nm to 2500 nm using extended-range indium gallium arsenide (exInGaAs) detectors in the NIST Spectral Tri-function Automated Reference Reflectometer (STARR) facility ...
19. Spectroradiometric Characterization of the NIST Pulsed Solar Simulator
Howard W Yoon, Brian P Dougherty, Vladimir Khromchenko
The spectroradiometric characterization of the NIST indoor pulsed solar simulator is described. The solar simulator has a flash duration of 36.4 ms and is designed for solar panels having a maximum size of 2.0 m by 1.6 m. As per industry standards, ...
20. CCPR-S1 Supplementary Comparison for Spectral Radiance in the range of 220 nm to 2500 nm
Boris Khlevnoy, Victor Sapritsky, Bernard Rougie, Charles E Gibson, Howard W Yoon, Arnold A. Gaertner, Dieter Taubert, Juergen Hartmann
In 1997, the Consultative Committee for Photometry and Radiometry (CCPR) initiated a supplementary comparison of spectral radiance in the wavelength range from 220 nm to 2500 nm (CCPR S1) using tungsten -strip filament lamps as transfer standards. Fi ...