Satellite Data Simulator Unit

Satellite Data Simulator Unit A multisensor, multispectral Satellite Simulator Package BY Hoir Hi Ko Ma s ugan a , t o s H i H i s a Mtsu i a , w ei - Ku o t o a , a t r H u r Y. Hou , c H r i s ti a n d . Ku MMwoer , teurYuKi naKajiMa , P e te r Bu ae r , williaM s . o l son , M i H o s e K i g u c H i , a n d t a K a s H i Y. naKajiMa ince the earliest meteorological satellites were sent and precipitation measurements from space. The into orbit in the 1960s, satellite re mote sensing increasing variety of satellite sensors has greatly ex- S has been the vital means to monitor clouds and panded the applicability of satellite data, particularly precipitation uniformly across the Earth. Present-day when different sensors are combined to exploit the spaceborne remote sensors have great variety in terms information content beyond the capability of an indi- of spec tral range (visible, infrared, and microwave) vidual sensor. Multisensor data analyses vastly enrich and measuring principle (active http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/2010BAMS2809.1
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A multisensor, multispectral Satellite Simulator Package BY Hoir Hi Ko Ma s ugan a , t o s H i H i s a Mtsu i a , w ei - Ku o t o a , a t r H u r Y. Hou , c H r i s ti a n d . Ku MMwoer , teurYuKi naKajiMa , P e te r Bu ae r , williaM s . o l son , M i H o s e K i g u c H i , a n d t a K a s H i Y. naKajiMa ince the earliest meteorological satellites were sent and precipitation measurements from space. The into orbit in the 1960s, satellite re mote sensing increasing variety of satellite sensors has greatly ex- S has been the vital means to monitor clouds and panded the applicability of satellite data, particularly precipitation uniformly across the Earth. Present-day when different sensors are combined to exploit the spaceborne remote sensors have great variety in terms information content beyond the capability of an indi- of spec tral range (visible, infrared, and microwave) vidual sensor. Multisensor data analyses vastly enrich and measuring principle (active

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Dec 30, 2010

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