30 September 2003 The solid state silicon photomultiplier for a wide range of applications
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The new type of photodetector - Silicon Photomultiplier (SiPM) is presented. The SiPM consists of the array (matrix) of p-n-junctions (~103 mm-2) joint together on a common silicon substrate. Each p-n-junction working in limited Geiger mode with a gain 106, but SiPM in whole is analogue detector, because the SiPM output signal is a sum of the signals from p-n-junctions fired by photons. The main SiPM features are described and its performance is compared with other photodetectors.
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E. A. Georgievskya, E. A. Georgievskya, S. N. Klemin, S. N. Klemin, L. A. Filatov, L. A. Filatov, P. J. Buzhan, P. J. Buzhan, B. A. Dolgoshein, B. A. Dolgoshein, A. L. Ilyin, A. L. Ilyin, V. A. Kantsherov, V. A. Kantsherov, V. A. Kaplin, V. A. Kaplin, A. I. Karakash, A. I. Karakash, A. D. Pleshko, A. D. Pleshko, E. V. Popova, E. V. Popova, S. Yu. Smirnov, S. Yu. Smirnov, "The solid state silicon photomultiplier for a wide range of applications", Proc. SPIE 5126, 17th International Conference on Photoelectronics and Night Vision Devices, (30 September 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.517185; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.517185
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