Results with a 32-element dual mode imager

@article{Brennan2010ResultsWA,
  title={Results with a 32-element dual mode imager},
  author={James Andrew Brennan and Robert Cooper and Mark Daniel Gerling and Peter Anthony Marleau and Nick Mascarenhas and Stanley Mrowka},
  journal={IEEE Nuclear Science Symposuim & Medical Imaging Conference},
  year={2010},
  pages={1634-1639}
}
We present advances with a 32 element scalable, segmented dual mode imager. Scaling up the number of cells results in a 1.4 increase in efficiency over a system we deployed last year. Variable plane separation has been incorporated which further improves the efficiency of the detector. By using 20 cm diameter cells we demonstrate that we could increase sensitivity by a factor of 6. We further demonstrate gamma ray imaging in from Compton scattering. This feature allows for powerful dual mode… CONTINUE READING

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