Broadband Tunable Fabry-Perot Spectrometer for Remote Sensing

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o Live Demonstration of a Tunable Fabry-Perot Spectrometer shall be performed on design day
o Spectrometer shall have peak wavelength accuracy of 10nm or better across the visible spectrum
o Spectrometer shall operate over a 6 degree half field of view or greater
o Spectrometer shall maintain peak wavelength accuracy with a representative solar background at signal to noise ratios greater than 10
o Objective requirement: Housing for the Fabry-Perot cell shall be capable of holding tolerances required for spectral accuracy in space environments (thermal/vibe/shock)
o Live demonstration does not need to use space-qualified parts, but the components selected should have capability that is within specifications of representative space-qualified components

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