Development of CMOS Monolithic Pixel Sensors With In-Pixel Correlated Double Sampling and Fast Readout

  title={Development of CMOS Monolithic Pixel Sensors With In-Pixel Correlated Double Sampling and Fast Readout},
  author={Marco Battaglia and Jean-Marie Bussat and Devis Contarato and Peter Denes and Piero Giubilato and Lindsay Glesener},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science},
This paper presents the design and results of detailed tests of a CMOS active pixel chip for charged particle detection with in-pixel charge storage for correlated double sampling and readout in rolling shutter mode at frequencies up to 25 MHz. This detector is developed in the framework of R&D for the Vertex Tracker for a future e+e- Linear Collider. 

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