relative spectral response RSR

The relative spectral Transmittance as a function of wavelength. Relative spectral response (RSR) measurements are assumed to be constant for all detectors covered by a common Filter and are normalized to unity at peak response. There are currently no methods to check spectral stability with time from either on-orbit or Ground measurements. Also see spectral striping. (Source: Dr. John Barker)

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