Limits in point to point resolution of MOS based pixels detector arrays

@article{Fourches2017LimitsIP,
  title={Limits in point to point resolution of MOS based pixels detector arrays},
  author={Nicolas Fourches and Xavier Coppolani and Daniel Desforge and Mariam Kebbiri and Vishant Kumar and Yves Serruys and Gaelle Gutierrez and Frédéric Leprêtre and Franccois Jomard},
  journal={Journal of Instrumentation},
  year={2017},
  volume={13}
}
In high energy physics point-to-point resolution is a key prerequisite for particle detector pixel arrays. Current and future experiments require the development of inner-detectors able to resolve the tracks of particles down to the micron range. Present-day technologies, although not fully implemented in actual detectors, can reach a 5-μm limit, this limit being based on statistical measurements, with a pixel-pitch in the 10 μm range. This paper is devoted to the evaluation of the building… Expand

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