How to acquire electric charge from thousands of micro-strips in a double sided strip detector (DSSD)? An answer was presented at the INSTR-17 conference by Khabarov et al. for the central tracker in the BM@N experiment [REF1]. They used 80 chips of the type VATAGP7.1 ASIC to read out a total of 10240 strips DSSD.
Space Engineering and Technology Final Presentations Days
2017-05-15Central tracker for BM@N experiment based on DSSD with VATAGP7.1 ASIC
2017-05-04Czech – Norway Project Demos Thermal Neutron Imager
2017-03-17Integrated Detector Electronics AS signs second contract with the European Space Agency to develop system-on-chip for Earth orbiting infrared cameras
2017-01-31New ROIC/ASIC Development and Prototype Systems