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Webpage for Optical Technology Division: SIRCUS Facility

Published

Author(s)

Sally Bruce, Steven W. Brown, Keith R. Lykke

Abstract

Spectral irradiance and Radiance Calibrations with Uniform Sources (SIRCUS) is a reference calibration facility that transfers detector based spectral irradiance scales derived from the High Accuracy Cryogenic Radiometer, to broadband filtered detector packages, to transfer-standard spectral irradiance detectors, and to instruments that measure spectral radiance. This facility will be used to realize NIST's illuminance, luminous intensity, radiance temperature, color temperature, and sprectal radiance scales, improving their uncertainties and self-consistency.
Citation
Electronic Publication

Keywords

radiance calibrations, spectral irradiance, uniform sources

Citation

Bruce, S. , Brown, S. and Lykke, K. (2002), Webpage for Optical Technology Division: SIRCUS Facility, Electronic Publication, [online], None (Accessed July 13, 2024)

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Created April 30, 2002, Updated October 12, 2021