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Electronics for radiation detection.


Electronics for radiation detection.

Ed. by Krzysztof Iniewski.

CRC Press


366 pages



Devices, circuits, and systems


Iniewski (CMOS Emerging Technologies Inc., Canada) present 13 chapters reviewing applications of radiation detection electronics in medicine and for security/military purposes. Examples of specific topics addressed by the include photon-counting energy-dispersive detector arrays for x-ray imaging, design considerations for positron emission tomography scanners dedicated to small animal imaging, current-mode front-end electronics for silicon photomultipliers, integration charge-measuring systems for radiation detectors in complementary metal-oxide semiconductor technologies, current- and charge-sensitive signal conditioning for position determination, analog-to-digital converters for radiation detection, and time-to-digital converter circuits in radiation detection systems.

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Date:Dec 1, 2010
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