A novel CMOS sensor with in-pixel auto-zeroed discrimination for charged particle tracking

@inproceedings{Deerli2014ANC,
  title={A novel CMOS sensor with in-pixel auto-zeroed discrimination for charged particle tracking},
  author={Yavuz Değerli and Alexander Vorobyev and Fabienne Orsini},
  year={2014}
}
With the aim of developing fast and granular Monolithic Active Pixels Sensors (MAPS) as new charged particle tracking detectors for high energy physics experiments, a new rolling shutter binary pixel architecture concept (RSBPix) with in-pixel correlated double sampling, amplification and discrimination is presented. The discriminator features auto-zeroing in order to compensate process-related transistor mismatches. In order to validate the pixel, a first monolithic CMOS sensor prototype… CONTINUE READING

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