We present adaptations of the channelled spectropolarimetry technique, a method which allows both spectral and
polarization information to be captured in a single integration period. The first adaptation uses a mathematical
decomposition of the system matrix, which is then modified for imaging spectropolarimetry; the second adaptation is
applied first to a single-point and then to an imaging system, for which we also show applications and measurements
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