V. Allouche

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The design of a single shot sampling circuit allowing 20GHz bandwidth random signal and the experimental results of the main circuits are described. Assuming a temporal analysis depth of 5ns, this circuit, based on the principle of non simultaneous spatial sampling and realized in InP HBT MMIC (FT=180GHz) and CPW propagation line, can reach a truly sampling(More)
The Laser Megajoule (LMJ) facility located at CEA/CESTA started to operate in the early 2014 with two quadruplets (20 kJ at 351 nm) focused on target for the first experimental campaign. We present here the first set of gated x-ray imaging (GXI) diagnostics implemented on LMJ since mid-2014. This set consists of two imaging diagnostics with spatial,(More)
Targeting [DC-20 GHz] bandwidth and 40 GS/s sampling rate for high dynamic range (60 dB) ultra fast signal analysis, we present the preliminary experimental results obtained on InP-InGaAs-InP double heterojunction bipolar transistor based MMIC (FT = 180 GHz). The critical circuits leading to wide band signal sampling operation are made of high bandwidth(More)
This paper describes the design and realization of a buffered track and hoId (BTH) circuit fabricated in InP-InGaAs-InP double heterojunction bipolar transistor (DHBT) technology (F<sub>T</sub> = 180 GHz). This BTH is intended for a single shot, 20 GHz bandwidth and 40 GS/s sampling frequency digitizer based on the non simultaneous spatial sampling(More)
The x-ray broadband spectrometer, DMX, is among the first plasma diagnostics to be deployed on Laser Megajoule (LMJ). The emitted x-ray spectrum from laser-produced plasmas is measured in 20 channels from 50 eV up to 20 keV. Each band combines mirrors and filters which realize x-ray band-pass filter and a coaxial diode coupled by a coaxial cable with a fast(More)
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