An improved design of the readout base board of the photomultiplier tube for future PandaX dark matter experiments

  title={An improved design of the readout base board of the photomultiplier tube for future PandaX dark matter experiments},
  author={Qibin Zheng and Yanlin Huang and Di Huang and Jianglai Liu and Xiangxiang Ren and Anqing Wang and Meng Wang and Jijun Yang and Binbin Yan and Yong Yang},
  journal={Journal of Instrumentation},
The PandaX project consists of a series of xenon-based experiments that are used to search for dark matter (DM) particles and to study the fundamental properties of neutrinos. The next DM experiment PandaX-4T will be using 4 ton liquid xenon in the sensitive volume, which is nearly a factor of seven larger than that of the previous experiment PandaX-II. Due to the increasing target mass, the sensitivity of searching for both DM and neutrinoless double-beta decay ($0\nu\beta\beta$) signals in… 

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