Abstract

The QCL based emissivity monitor which was designed to obtain emissivity uncertainty goal of ±0.00015 (3σ) for the CORSAIR blackbody has been characterized. The laser power stability and temperature distribution of the system are analyzed.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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