IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science

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M. Morrocchi, N. Belcari, S. Bianucci, N. Camarlinghi, P. Carra, E. Ciarrocchi, M. De Simoni, A. Del Guerra, M. Fischetti, M. Francesconi, et al.
IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science pp 1-1; doi:10.1109/tns.2020.3041433

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G. Gabella, B. L. Goldblum, T. A. LaPlace, J. J. Manfredi, J. Gordon, Z. W. Sweger, E. Bourret
IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science pp 1-1; doi:10.1109/tns.2020.3041215

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Xiaoli Sun, James B. Abshire, Jean-Marie Lauenstein, Sachidananda R. Babu, Jeff D. Beck, William W. Sullivan, John E. Hubbs
IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science pp 1-1; doi:10.1109/tns.2020.3040741

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Space radiation damage and proton induced transient effects were evaluated on 4.4 μm cutoff HgCdTe avalanche photodiode (APD) arrays developed by Leonardo DRS. Device performances as a function of total dose up to 100 krad (Si) were measured with ~60 MeV protons on 3 types of APD samples: 4x4 pixel APD fanout arrays with and without connection to a read-out integrated circuit (ROIC), and a 2x8 pixel photon counting APD focal plane array (FPA). A gamma-ray test was also conducted to study ionization effects. Both APD arrays exhibited a small decrease in the quantum efficiency and a linear increase in the dark current with the proton fluence. The 2x8 pixel photon counting FPA also exhibited an increase in the dark count rate with proton dose. After the proton irradiation and an overnight room temperature warm-up, the APD dark currents at 80 K increased significantly in both types of APD arrays. All radiation damage to these HgCdTe APD arrays annealed out after baking them at >85 °C for several hours. Transient protons through the devices were found to cause large pulses at the detector output but recover within 1 μs.
Baolong Ma, Lei Song, Mingfei Yan, Yujiro Ikeda, Yoshie Otake, Sheng Wang
IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science pp 1-1; doi:10.1109/tns.2020.3040500

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Yunkun Zhao, Baogen Sun, Jigang Wang, Fangfang Wu, Ping Lu, Tianyu Zhou
IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science pp 1-1; doi:10.1109/tns.2020.3040266

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Guangyu Zhu, Junxia Wu, Fritz Caspers, Ze Du, Yuan Wei, Jiancheng Yang, Xuejing Hu, Yong Zhang, Hongming Xie, Long Jing, et al.
IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science pp 1-1; doi:10.1109/tns.2020.3038525

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Hyounggun Lee, Taewoong Lee, Wonho Lee
IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science pp 1-1; doi:10.1109/tns.2020.3037896

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IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, Volume 67; doi:10.1109/tns.2020.3036519

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M. Sammartini, M. Gandola, F. Mele, B. Garavelli, D. Macera, P. Pozzi, G. Bertuccio
IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science pp 1-1; doi:10.1109/tns.2020.3037407

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