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A sparse architecture low power gated integrator for use with germanium gamma-ray spectrometers in remote geochemistry measurements

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6 Author(s)
Madden, N. ; Lawrence Berkeley Lab., California Unv., CA, USA ; Landis, D. ; Adachi, R. ; Pehl, R.
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Protocol circuits of a low-power gated integrator for use with germanium gamma-ray spectrometers in remote locations have been developed. The gated integrator is constructed from three very simple subcircuits. With a power consumption of less than 250 mW, the low count rate spectroscopy performance of this gated integrator is comparable to that of a conventional pulse shaping amplifier at energies of 1 MeV and greater

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Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:40 ,  Issue: 6 )