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Calibration of a pyroelectric detector at 106 µm with the National Institute of Standards and Technology high-accuracy cryogenic radiometer
and Technology ͑NIST͒ is establishing an infrared detector calibration facility to improve radiometric standards at infrared wavelengths. The absolute response of the cryogenic bolometer that serves as the transfer standard for this facility is being linked to the NIST highaccuracy cryogenic radiometer ͑HACR͒ at a few laser wavelengths. At the 10.6-m CO 2 laser line, this link is being established through a pyroelectric detector that has been calibrated against the HACR. We describe thedoi:10.1364/ao.36.003614 pmid:18253383 fatcat:jnsyhhakvnaqdfwbl2f3cbye7e