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Numerical Investigation of Temperature Uniformity and Estimation Accuracy for MEMS-based Black Body System
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Numerical Investigation of Temperature Uniformity and Estimation Accuracy for MEMS-based Black Body System
Chae, Bong-Geon; Kim, Tae-Gyu; Lee, Jong-Kwang; Kang, Suk-joo; Oh, Hyun-Ung;
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 Abstract
Output Characteristics of the spaceborn image sensor such as infrared(IR) sensor are varied according to time elapses and sensor repetition on/off operation. As a result, the quality of IR sensor image is decreased. Therefore, spaceborne image sensor require a periodic calibration using a black body system by correcting a non-uniformity of the sensor. In this paper, we proposed a MEMS-based black body system that can implement the high temperature uniformity at various standard temperatures ranging from low to high temperature and easily estimate the representative surface temperature. In addition, it has advantages lightweight, low-power and high accuracy. The feasibility of the proposed MEMS-based black body system was verified through the thermal analysis.
 Keywords
IR Detector;MEMS(Micro Electro Mechanical Systems);Non-uniformity;Micro Heater;
 Language
Korean
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