Tiled silicon photomultipliers for large-area low-light sensing applications

@inproceedings{Hughes2007TiledSP,
  title={Tiled silicon photomultipliers for large-area low-light sensing applications},
  author={Peter J. Hughes and Deborah Marie Herbert and A. Ubonwan Stewart and J. Carlton Jackson},
  booktitle={SPIE OPTO},
  year={2007}
}
Large area optical detection systems are required for applications including cell imaging, spectroscopy, nuclear medicine, bio diagnostics, radiation detection and high energy physics. Each of these applications requires that a detector or detector arrays be closely coupled with light sources or optical couplers such as fibres or light couplers. In this paper, the scaling of novel Silicon Photomultiplier detectors to tile across a large area is presented. In particular, a novel method is… CONTINUE READING
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