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multispectral

Syllabification: mul·ti·spec·tral
Pronunciation: /ˌməltiˈspektrəl, ˌməltī-
 
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Definition of multispectral in English:

adjective

Operating in or involving several regions of the electromagnetic spectrum: multispectral images from satellites
More example sentences
  • The plane-mounted camera system uses four separate sensors to obtain true-color and false-color infrared, multispectral images of fire ant mounds.
  • In our experiment multispectral fluorescence microimaging and image elaboration has been performed for the first time to visualize the flavonoid distribution on leaf cross sections.
  • In multispectral images, the same spatial region is captured multiple times using different imaging modalities.

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