Simulation of hyperspectrometer on spectral linear variable filters
N.L. Kazanskiy
, S.I. Kharitonov, S.N. Khonina, S.G. Volotovskiy, Yu.S. Strelkov

Full text of article: Russian language.

Abstract:
Article is devoted to simulation of hyperspectrometer based on the use of linear variable filters. We regarded possibilities of recovery of spectral pixels of images based on the solution of the integral equation. The paper presents estimates of the size of the scattering spots depending on the parameters of the spectral filter. Numerical results showed that a significant deterioration in resolution occurs only in the case of short-optical systems.

Key words:
hyperspectrometer, linear variable filters (LVF), layered medium, Maxwell's equations.

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