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Pixel readout chip for the ATLAS experiment

Abstract : Pixel detectors with a high granularity and a very large number of sensitive elements (cells) are a very recent development used for high precision particle detection. At the Large Hadron Collider LHC at CERN (Geneva) a pixel detector with 1.4*10/sup 8/ individual pixel cells is developed for the ATLAS detector. The concept is a hybrid detector. Consisting of a pixel sensor connected to a pixel electronics chip by bump and flip chip technology in one-to-one cell correspondence. The development and prototype results of the pixel front end chip are presented together with the physical and technical requirements to be met at LHC. Lab measurements are reported. (6 refs).
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M. Ackers, F. Andre, L. Blanquart, V. Bonzom, G. Comes, et al.. Pixel readout chip for the ATLAS experiment. 1998 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium, Nov 1998, Toronto, Canada. pp.2033-2038. ⟨in2p3-00012129⟩



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