30 August 2006 High-resolution imaging 1D and 2D solid state detector systems
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We have developed high energy and high spatial resolution 1D and 2D solid state imaging detectors and their custom integrated circuits (ICs). Readout ICs are now regarded to be an integral part of position-sensitive semiconductor detectors, especially for Si and CdZnTe for x-ray and gamma-ray imaging. These detectors have a 1D or 2D structure. The 1D structure types are mostly used for scanning purposes with some staring type imaging while 2D pixel detectors can be used for both scanning and staring mode imaging applications. Because the requirements of various detector applications tend to be diverse, a custom IC is typically designed for a specific detector array. This often lengthens the time and raises the cost of system development. To help close the readout technology gap and facilitate advances in this field, we have been formulating and implementing strategies for instrumenting different detectors of a given application category with highly versatile ICs that meet a range of requirements. The solid-state detectors and their ICs that have been developed within this effort are presented.
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Tümay O. Tumer, Tümay O. Tumer, Victoria B. Cajipe, Victoria B. Cajipe, Martin Clajus, Martin Clajus, Satoshi Hayakawa, Satoshi Hayakawa, Alexander Volkovskii, Alexander Volkovskii, "High-resolution imaging 1D and 2D solid state detector systems", Proc. SPIE 6319, Hard X-Ray and Gamma-Ray Detector Physics and Penetrating Radiation Systems VIII, 63190P (30 August 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.684168; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.684168


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