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Remote Sensing Technologies & GIS online, journal for users and producers

Appears twice a year


ISSN 2062-8617


Managing Editor:

Gábor Bakó


Associate Editors:

Csaba Bartha

Zoltán Eiselt

Péter Kardeván

Dániel Kristóf

Eszter Lelleiné Kovács

Béla Licskó

János Nagy

Tibor Szerdahelyi

László Zentai


Editorial Board:

Dóra Dömötör, János Mészáros,  Zsófia Feldhoffer,   Zsuzsa Tóth  


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Multispectral Ortho Images

Many remote sensing systems record energy over several separate wavelength ranges at various spectral resolutions. These are referred to as multi-spectral sensors. Advanced multi-spectral sensors called hyperspectral sensors, detect hundreds of very narrow spectral bands throughout the visible, near-infrared, and mid-infrared portions of the electromagnetic spectrum. Their very high spectral resolution facilitates fine discrimination between different targets based on their spectral response in each of the narrow bands, but they have small spatial resolution.