Active cavity radiometer

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Active cavity radiometer - electrically self-calibrating, cavity pyrheliometer used to measure total and spectral solar irradiance.

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R. C. Willson, Solar total irradiance observations by Active Cavity Radiometers, Solar Physics, 74, 217-229, DOI10.1007/BF00151292, 1981.

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