First test results Of MIMOSA-26, a fast CMOS sensor with integrated zero suppression and digitized output

@article{Baudot2009FirstTR,
  title={First test results Of MIMOSA-26, a fast CMOS sensor with integrated zero suppression and digitized output},
  author={J. Baudot and Gregory Bertolone and A. Brogna and Gilles Claus and Claude Colledani and Yavuz Değerli and Rita De Masi and Andrei Dorokhov and G. Dozi{\`e}re and Wojciech Dulinski and Marie Pierre Gelin and Mathieu Goffe and Abdelkader Himmi and Fabrice Guilloux and Christine Hu-Guo and Kimmo Jaaskelainen and Michal Koziel and Frédéric Morel and Fabienne Orsini and Matthieu Specht and Isabelle Valin and Georgios Gerasimos Voutsinas and Marc Winter},
  journal={2009 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record (NSS/MIC)},
  year={2009},
  pages={1169-1173}
}
The MIMOSA pixel sensors developed in Strasbourg have demonstrated attractive features for the detection of charged particles in high energy physics. So far, full-size sensors have been prototyped only with analog readout, which limits the output rate to about 1000 frames/second. The new MIMOSA 26 sensor provides a 2.2 cm2 sensitive surface with an improved readout speed of 10,000 frames/second and data throughput compression. It incorporates pixel output discrimination for binary readout and… CONTINUE READING

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