Our country is at a developing stage in the area of high-frequency observation of oceans. As an important approach of observation of ocean, the development of the geostationary ocean radiometer is of great significance. In this paper, we analyze the image rotation errors introduced by the optical system of plane imaging with two-dimensional pointing reflection mirror, propose the image rotation elimination method for two-dimensional scanning and the verification method. It is proved that the proposed rotation elimination method can reduce 39% of image rotation. This indicates that the algorithm greatly improve the accuracy of two-dimensional directional imaging and improve the accuracy of remote sensing instruments. Therefore, the work lay a good foundation for image processing in two-dimensional pointing plane imaging system.
Elimination method of image rotation for geostationary radiometer and its verification method
First published at:May 01, 2018
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Supported by Global Climate Alteration and Sea-air Interaction Special Fund (GASI-03-03-01-01)
Get Citation: Wang Meizhu, Huang Xiaoxian, Feng Qi. Elimination method of image rotation for geostationary radiometer and its verification method[J]. Opto-Electronic Engineering, 2018, 45(5): 170725.