18 February 1981 Preliminary Results From A Single-Photon Imaging X-Ray Charge Coupled Device (CCD) Camera
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A CCD camera is described which has been designed for single-photon X-ray imaging in the 1-10 keV energy range. Preliminary results are presented from the front-side illuminated Fairchild CCD 211, which has been shown to image well at 3 keV. The problem of charge-spreading above 4 keV is discussed by analogy with a similar problem at infrared wave-lengths. The total system noise is discussed and compared with values obtained by other CCD users.
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R. E. Griffiths, R. E. Griffiths, G. Polucci, G. Polucci, A. Mak, A. Mak, S. S. Murray, S. S. Murray, D. A. Schwartz, D. A. Schwartz, M. V. Zombeck, M. V. Zombeck, } "Preliminary Results From A Single-Photon Imaging X-Ray Charge Coupled Device (CCD) Camera", Proc. SPIE 0244, Mosaic Focal Plane Methodologies I, (18 February 1981); doi: 10.1117/12.959306; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.959306
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