Application Note

Short-Wave Infrared Temporal Multiplexing For Cost-Effective Multispectral Solutions

Source: Xenics

By Michael Stelzl

SWIR Multiplexing: Temporal Multiplexing For Cost-Effective Multispectral Solutions

Temporal multiplexing is an alternative approach to hyperspectral imaging that uses a fast LED technology. Instead of broadband illuminating and diffracting the spectrum of light in the camera, a broadband sensitive chip is used, and the illumination spectrum is varied over time via fast triggering. To learn more about how SWIR temporal multiplexing is a cost-effective multispectral solution, download the application note.

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