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Gao, HL, Gu, XF, Yu, T, Gong, H, Li, JG, Li, XY (2010). HJ-1A HSI on-orbit radiometric calibration and validation research. SCIENCE CHINA-TECHNOLOGICAL SCIENCES, 53(11), 3119-3128.

Abstract
The calibration experiment data at Dunhuang radiometric calibration site in October, 2008 were used to achieve the on-orbit radiometric calibration for HJ-1A hyper spectral imager (HSI). Two other field experiments data were used to validate the Dunhuang calibration results. One field experiment took place in Inner-Mongolia, China in September, 2008, and the other field experiment took place in Lake Frome, Australia in February, 2009. Finally, the 'confidence interval of calibration error' concept was put forward for quantitatively computing the calibration coefficient error confidence interval. The results showed that the Dunhuang calibration results in 2008 had high reliability. The confidence intervals of calibration error for all HSI channels were between 2% to 12%, which could satisfy the requirement of the HSI quantitative applications.

DOI:
10.1007/s11431-010-4113-2

ISSN:
1674-7321

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