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Fall Semester: Not Offered

EGR 1201 Introduction to Spectral Sensing with Applications in Intelligence

3.0 Credit Hours

Concepts of spectral remote sensing as they are applied to military / intelligence applications with special emphasis on commercial sensors and solutions. Advantages and disadvantages of special remote sensors. Content will cover available unclassified spectral instruments (both hyper-spectral and multi-spectral sensors), their characteristics and how to best employ them. Topics include Basic Spectral Phenomenology, the Spectral Signature, Sensor Analysis, Data Products and Data Fusion. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.
Prerequisite:   EGR 1121
Prerequisite:  AND Approval of Department

Summer Term 2014 Schedule
Booklist for EGR 1201
  LAB SEC CALL HRS START END DAY ROOM INSTRUCTOR STATUS
(* indicates prerequisite) (updated hourly)
  N10 0208191 3.0 5:30 PM 7:55 PM MW ATIC OPEN
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