Changes between Version 18 and Version 19 of Processing/Py6S_vs_Hyperspectral


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Oct 22, 2015 10:42:09 AM (3 years ago)
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    6565[[Image(f170021b_fenix_vs_sim_veg_spectra1.png​, nolink, title="Py6S vs Fenix", margin=20, width=500px)]]
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    67 '''Figure above shows''' Fenix vs Py6S. Both spectra matches except for a Fenix spike close to 950 nm. No other spikes or depressions like that one (which does not match the Py6S model) should be found outside the overlappiing region.
     67'''Figure above shows''' Fenix vs Py6S. Both spectra matches except for a Fenix spike close to 980 nm. No other spikes or depressions like that one (which does not match the Py6S model) should be found outside the overlappiing region (around 968-1015 nm). If any other spikes appears outside that region, you will have to check if the spectra is correct using envi and checking those bands have been masked out on the bad pixel list for that flightline.
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    6969Moreover, peaks VNIR (around 750-850 nm) and SWIR (1000 nm) has to be present on the Fenix spectra. The SWIR peak should be lower than the VNIR but both of them should be comparable. You can find more detailed [wiki:Procedures/DeliveryChecking/ExampleFenixSpectra examples with pictures about erroneous spectra here].