Pixel Detectors: From Fundamentals to Applications

Front Cover
Springer Science & Business Media, Jan 18, 2006 - Medical - 304 pages
Pixel detectors are a particularly important class of particle and radiation detection devices. They have an extremely broad spectrum of applications, ranging from high-energy physics to the photo cameras of everyday life. This book is a general purpose introduction into the fundamental principles of pixel detector technology and semiconductor-based hybrid pixel devices. Although these devices were developed for high-energy ionizing particles and radiation beyond visible light, they are finding new applications in many other areas. This book will therefore benefit all scientists and engineers working in any laboratory involved in developing or using particle detection.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

thanx sir
for tremendos information
about pixel

Contents

I
1
III
2
IV
5
V
9
VI
12
VII
13
VIII
16
IX
23
LXII
168
LXIII
170
LXIV
171
LXV
178
LXVI
183
LXVII
184
LXVIII
186
LXIX
187

X
25
XII
26
XIV
29
XV
37
XVI
40
XVII
44
XVIII
46
XIX
48
XX
50
XXII
51
XXIII
53
XXIV
57
XXV
59
XXVI
61
XXVII
67
XXVIII
68
XXX
80
XXXI
81
XXXII
82
XXXIII
85
XXXIV
97
XXXV
110
XXXVI
111
XXXVII
113
XXXIX
114
XL
115
XLI
116
XLII
118
XLIV
121
XLV
122
XLVI
124
XLVII
125
XLVIII
129
L
130
LI
133
LII
135
LIII
143
LIV
144
LV
145
LVI
154
LVII
157
LVIII
160
LIX
161
LX
162
LXI
163
LXX
188
LXXII
197
LXXIII
201
LXXV
202
LXXVI
203
LXXVII
204
LXXVIII
206
LXXIX
210
LXXX
212
LXXXI
213
LXXXII
214
LXXXIV
215
LXXXV
216
LXXXVI
218
LXXXVII
219
LXXXVIII
220
LXXXIX
222
XC
223
XCI
225
XCIII
231
XCIV
232
XCV
237
XCVI
241
XCVII
243
XCVIII
246
XCIX
250
C
251
CI
254
CII
256
CIII
261
CV
262
CVI
263
CVII
265
CVIII
267
CIX
269
CX
271
CXI
272
CXII
276
CXIII
277
CXIV
278
CXV
283
CXVI
289
CXVII
303
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page 294 - First Experimental Tests with a CdTe Photon Counting Pixel Detector Hybridized with a Medipix2 Readout Chip 3394 M.
Page 294 - Development of Diamond Tracking Detectors for High Luminosity Experiments at the LHC".
Page 295 - SEU effects in registers and in a Dual-Ported Static RAM designed in a 0.25|jm CMOS technology for applications in the LHC", in the proceedings of the Fifth Workshop on Electronics for LHC Experiments, Snowmass, September 20-24, 1999, pp.
Page 298 - Fully depleted, backside illuminated, spectroscopic active pixel sensors from the infrared to Xrays (1 eV to 25 keV)", SPIE, Vol. 4012:200-217 (2000). 6. T. Takahashi and Shin Watanabe, "Recent Progress in CdTe and CdZnTe Detectors".
Page 294 - D. Meier: CVD diamond sensors for particle detection and tracking.