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Title : A SYNTHETIC SENSOR/IMAGE SIMULATION TOOL TO SUPPORT THE LANDSAT DATA CONTINUITY MISSION (LDCM)
Company : Rochester Institute of Technology
File Name : Schott.pdf
Size : 1007040
Type : application/pdf
Date : 16-Aug-2010
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John Schott, Rolando V. Raqueno, Nina G. Raqueno and Scott D. Brown

The next generation of Landsat sensors will incorporate many changes from the existing whiskbroom designs. In particular, the Operational Land Imager (OLI) incorporates a multispectral pushbroom design which has different bands imaging the same spot on the Earth at slightly different angles and times. This requires more involved knowledge of the sensor and the scene, as input to more complex processing algorithms, to form spectrally registered images.
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