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Development of a sampling ASIC for fast detector signals

Abstract : In the context of the Large Area Picosecond Photodetector (LAPPD) pro ject the motivation to measure time-of-flight at the picosecond reso- lution has pushed towards a faster signal rise-time (below 100 ps) and a higher bandwidth output (higher than 1 GHz) detector, thus, leading to a new signal development and integrity studies of Micro-Channel Plates (MCP) photo-detectors. Similarly, the signal path, is being simulated and characterized, from the anodes to the input of the readout electronics, to minimise losses. Furthermore, to acquire the detector fast pulses a new 10 Gs/s high input bandwidth, 130 nm CMOS sampling chip is being de- veloped.
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D. Breton, E. Delagnes, H. Frisch, J.-F. Genat, H. Grabas, et al.. Development of a sampling ASIC for fast detector signals. Workshop on timing detectors: electronics, medical and particle physics applications, Nov 2010, Cracow, Poland. pp.35-40, ⟨10.5506/APhysPolBSupp.4.35⟩. ⟨in2p3-00690878⟩



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