2008, English, Article edition: First results from the Development of a New Generation of Hybrid Photon Detectors: EBCMOS Barbier, R.; Depasse, P.; Baudot, J.; ...

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  • HAL - CCSD
  • 2008
Language
  • English

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Title
  • First results from the Development of a New Generation of Hybrid Photon Detectors: EBCMOS
Author
  • Barbier, R.
  • Depasse, P.
  • Baudot, J.
  • Dulinski, W.
  • Winter, M.
  • Estre, N.
  • Laurent, N.
  • Kaiser, C.T.
  • Katsanevas, S.
Published
  • HAL - CCSD
  • 2008
Physical Description
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  • The proximity focusing Hybrid Photon Detector (HPD) concept is implemented to develop a single photon sensitive Electron Bombarded CMOS (EBCMOS). The first demonstrator has been produced by the collaboration between the EBCMOS group of IPNL, the CMOS sensor group of IPHC and the R&​D department of PHOTONIS. The prototype characteristics (dark current, gain, spatial and energy resolutions) are presented. The futur developments of this type of photo detector are discussed.
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Language
  • English
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