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THE THIRTEENTH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON LOW TEMPERATURE DETECTORS-LTD13, Stanford (California) : États-Unis (2009)
SiGe Integrated Circuit / SQUID Hybrid Cryogenic Multiplexing for Superconducting Bolometer Array
D. Prêle1, F. Voisin1, R. Oger1, C. Chapron1, E. Bréelle1, M. Piat1
(2009)

The development of large superconducting bolometer (Transition Edge Sensor: TES) arrays requires ultra low noise amplification and multiplexing electronics. The use of a first transducer stage such as a SQUID (Superconducting QUantum Interference Device) allows ultimate performance in terms of noise. However, the linearization of the SQUID characteristic requires low noise amplification. Furthermore, to realize a time domain multiplexer with SQUIDs, switched biasing is also needed. We have designed an Integrated Circuit (IC) in standard BiCMOS SiGe technology for the readout and the control of a SQUID multiplexer. It includes a low noise amplifier with multiplexed inputs, switched current sources for SQUIDs, and digital circuit for the addressing with only one room temperature clock signal. We have successfully tested this integrated circuit down to 2 K. To validate the operation of a SQUID multiplexer controlled by this SiGe cryogenic IC, we have developed a 2×2 SQUID hybrid demonstrator. It consists of four commercial SQUIDs connected to a SiGe IC.
1 :  APC - UMR 7164 - AstroParticule et Cosmologie
APC - Cosmologie et Gravitation
Sciences de l'ingénieur/Electronique

Physique/Physique/Instrumentations et Détecteurs
SQUID – SiGe – Time Domain Multiplexer (TDM) – Transition Edge Sensor (TES)