Preliminary x-ray imaging characteristics of a vacuum-demountable, x-ray sensitive, microchannel spatial light modulator are presented. The measurements include spatial resolution, x-ray exposure sensitivity, framing speed, and built-in image postprocessing capabilities. These results are presented together with a discussion of the principles of operation and the noise performance of the device in the high gain limit.
Robert F. Dillon,
"X-Ray Imaging Characteristics Of The Vacuum-Demountable Microchannel Spatial Light Modulator," Optical Engineering 25(2), 252269 (1 February 1986). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7973814