11 April 1996 Pulse width variation along the x-ray direction in the segmented KCD system
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The kinestatic charge detector (KCD) built and researched at the University of Tennessee, Memphis, is now being studied as a possible dual-energy x-ray imager. The present study aims at quantifying the change in the arrival time spectrum (ATS) as a function of the detector's depth, i.e., in the x-ray direction. We measured the change in the full width at half maximum (FWHM) along the x-ray direction in the chamber using a segmented signal- collector board. The FWHM of the ionic signal exhibit a dependence on the x-ray beam intensity, and electric field strength. Furthermore, the average arrival time is almost constant along the detector depth.
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M. Waleed Gaber, M. Waleed Gaber, Zeping Zhu, Zeping Zhu, Carlos Rodriguez, Carlos Rodriguez, Joseph S. Laughter, Joseph S. Laughter, Frank A. DiBianca, Frank A. DiBianca, } "Pulse width variation along the x-ray direction in the segmented KCD system", Proc. SPIE 2708, Medical Imaging 1996: Physics of Medical Imaging, (11 April 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.237843; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.237843


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