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International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, Vol XXXV, Part B-YF. Istanbul 2004

Finally, the option to improve radiometric and spectral
performance by acting on the optical configuration has been
analyzed in the prospective to employ the developed instrument
on board of an airborne platform for Earth remote sensing
purposes.
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8. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
This research is partially supported by the Italian Space Agency
(ASI) under the research contract I/R/172/02. The author thanks
A. Barducci for his interest on Fourier Optics and his precious
reviewing of the presented work. This paper would not have
possible without the contribution of I. Pippi of the “Nello
Carrara" Applied Physics Institute. I gratefully acknowledge the
help of F. Castagnoli, M. Morandi and D. Guzzi and for
everyone else involved in making this experiment possible.