Self-calibrating Position-sensitive Silicon Detectors
IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science
Position-sensitive silicon detectors with discrete position output signal levels, which have been developed for heavy ion reaction studies at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory are discussed. The detectors, both 300- and 5000-μm thick, for use in ΔE-E telescopes, use a series of high and low conductivity strips on the detector p+ contact to produce a position signal with 15 discrete levels. Since the position of the signals from the strips is known, the detectors are self-calibrating against position nonlinearities. Some aspects of the fabrication of both the 300- and 5000-μm detectors are discussed, along with their operating characteristics. Illustrative experimental results of 139La-induced reactions on40Ca targets are presented
Repository citation: Walton, J. T.; Sommer, H. A.; Wozniak, Gordon J.; Peaslee, Graham F.; Bowman, D. R.; Kehoe, W. L.; and Moroni, A., "Self-calibrating Position-sensitive Silicon Detectors" (1990). Faculty Publications. Paper 1135.
Published in: IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, Issue 5, October 1, 1990, pages 1578-1583. Copyright © 1990 IEEE.