HPT: A High Spatial Resolution Multispectral Sensor for Microsatellite Remote Sensing
AbstractAlthough nano/microsatellites have great potential as remote sensing platforms, the spatial and spectral resolutions of an optical payload instrument are limited. In this study, a high spatial resolution multispectral sensor, the High-Precision Telescope (HPT), was developed for the RISING-2 microsatellite. The HPT has four image sensors: three in the visible region of the spectrum used for the composition of true color images, and a fourth in the near-infrared region, which employs liquid crystal tunable filter (LCTF) technology for wavelength scanning. Band-to-band image registration methods have also been developed for the HPT and implemented in the image processing procedure. The processed images were compared with other satellite images, and proven to be useful in various remote sensing applications. Thus, LCTF technology can be considered an innovative tool that is suitable for future multi/hyperspectral remote sensing by nano/microsatellites. View Full-Text
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Kurihara, J.; Takahashi, Y.; Sakamoto, Y.; Kuwahara, T.; Yoshida, K. HPT: A High Spatial Resolution Multispectral Sensor for Microsatellite Remote Sensing. Sensors 2018, 18, 619.
Kurihara J, Takahashi Y, Sakamoto Y, Kuwahara T, Yoshida K. HPT: A High Spatial Resolution Multispectral Sensor for Microsatellite Remote Sensing. Sensors. 2018; 18(2):619.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kurihara, Junichi; Takahashi, Yukihiro; Sakamoto, Yuji; Kuwahara, Toshinori; Yoshida, Kazuya. 2018. "HPT: A High Spatial Resolution Multispectral Sensor for Microsatellite Remote Sensing." Sensors 18, no. 2: 619.
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