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The Spectra of Molecules: Infrared Exemplars Under Development

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Everyday

Infrared is widely used in daily communication, which requires a system to encode infrared data. IrDA is such an association published standards for infrared communication. To fulfill a infrared signal transmission, first the IrDA devices use LEDs (infrared light-emitting diodes) with lens emit a beam of infrared radiation. Then the receiver transform the radiation to electric current, usually using a silicon photodiode. However, infrared cannot penetrate solid objects such like wall, that is, through which no direct line of sight is possible. IR extender are available for this purpose by receiving the radiation and then re-emitting via radio waves again to the remote part.File:history_fso-early-days-bw-200.jpg

In everyday life, clicker, Free space optical communication, optical fiber communications systems all involve infrared.

reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Remote_control

http://www.freespaceoptics.org/freespaceoptics/default.cfm

http://www.rp-photonics.com/optical_fiber_communications.html


Environment?

A significant feature of infrared is heat. However, light and electromagnetic waves of any frequency will heat surfaces that absorb them. Infrared light from the Sun only accounts for 49%[9] of the heating of the Earth, with the rest being caused by visible light that is absorbed then re-radiated at longer wavelengths. The concept of emissivity is important in understanding the infrared emissions of objects. This is a property of a surface which describes how its thermal emissions deviate from the ideal of a black body. To further explain, two objects at the same physical temperature will not 'appear' the same temperature in an infrared image if they have differing emissivities. Thermography means determining the temperature remotely. By using thermographic cameras, radiation in the infrared range can be detected. The picture can be induced to suggest different heat spots. This technique is based on the black body radiation law mentioned above.

A military usage is the night vision,
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which is also applied to car driving.
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Infrared filters are applaudable devices that can reserve the fidelity in infrared photography.

reference: http://www.ysst.cc/en/E_news_list.aspx?ID=94

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Night_vision.jpg

http://www.wrotniak.net/photo/infrared/

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