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The XPAD3, a photon counting hybrid pixel detector developed in collaboration by SOLEIL Synchrotron, the Institut Néel and the Centre de Physique des Particules de Marseille (CPPM) [1], is now successfully used for a large variety of X-ray experiments on third generation synchrotron light sources [2]. Several 7.3 cm x 12.5 cm imagers composed of 8 silicon modules (7 chips per module, 9600 pixel of 130μm side per chip) are routinely used on different synchrotron beamlines at Soleil and on the CRG beamline D2AM at ESRF. Detector performances such as noiseless detection, high dynamic (27 bits) and fast framing rate (640 fps) have opened up the possibility of new or improved types of measurements. Nevertheless, above 15 keV, besides the loss of efficiency [2], the X-ray scattering in silicon sensor and the material located behind significa...
XPAD3 is a single photon counting chip based on hybrid pixel counters, with low noise, high dynamics and high speed readout. Its features have been improved to provide an high counting rate capability, a very low threshold, an energy discrimination and a fast image readout. The chip is designed in 0.25 μm IBM technology, and contains 9600 pixels (130 μm x 130 μm) distributed into 80 columns of 120 elements each. An innovative architecture has been designed in order to prevent the digital circuits from disturbing the very sensitive analogue cells. XPAD3 was realized into two versions. The XPAD3-S version accepts positive input charges and offers an energy range from 4 keV to 40 keV with a single threshold. The XPAD3-C version accepts negative input charge and has an energy range from 6 keV to 60 keV with a windowed energy selection set ...
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