Spectroscopic performance of the DePMOS detector/amplifier device with respect to different filtering techniques and operating conditions

@article{Porro2004SpectroscopicPO,
  title={Spectroscopic performance of the DePMOS detector/amplifier device with respect to different filtering techniques and operating conditions},
  author={M.. Porro and Giorgio Ferrari and Peter Fischer and Olaf Halker and Marlene Harter and Sven Herrmann and N. Hornel and Robert Kohrs and Hardy Kr{\"u}ger and P.. Lechner and Gerhard Lutz and Ivan Peri{\'c} and R. Richter and L.. Struder and Johannes Treis and Marcel Trimpl and Norbert Wermes},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science},
  year={2004},
  volume={53},
  pages={401-408}
}
A DePMOS structure provides detection and amplification jointly, and it is free of interconnection stray capacitance. To fully exploit the intrinsic low noise of the device an electrical model has been developed. The most relevant parameters have been measured in order to choose an adequate readout electronics. DePMOS can operate in continuous mode, i.e., without applying any clear pulse during the signal processing, and can be read out by a time-continuous shaper amplifier. An unequalled noise… CONTINUE READING

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