Study of noise and spectroscopic performance of DEPMOSFET matrix prototypes for XEUS

@inproceedings{Treisa2006StudyON,
  title={Study of noise and spectroscopic performance of DEPMOSFET matrix prototypes for XEUS},
  author={J. Treisa and P. Fischerb and Olaf H{\"a}lkera and M. Harterb and S. M. Herrmanna and R. Kohrsc and H. Kr{\"u}gerc and P. Lechnerd and Gerd Lutze and I. Pericb and M. Porrof and R. H. Richtere and Lothar Str{\"u}dera and M. Trimplc and N. Wermesc},
  year={2006}
}
  • J. Treisa, P. Fischerb, +12 authors N. Wermesc
  • Published 2006
The current generation of DEPMOSFET-based Active Pixel Sensor (APS) matrix devices has been developed to cope with the challenging requirements of the XEUS Wide Field Imager. The devices turned out to be a promising new imager concept for a variety of X-ray imaging applications. The devices combine excellent energy resolution, high-speed readout and low power consumption with the attractive feature of random accessibility of pixels. Sensor prototypes, built for row-wise readout, with 64 64… CONTINUE READING

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