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Construction and characterization of a 117 cm2 silicon pixel detector

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A silicon pixel detector, developed in RD19, and consisting of 4 planes, ~30 cm2 each, is operating for the first time in the lead ion experiment WA97 at CERN. The 288 CMOS readout chips are bump-bonded to 48 Si detector matrices, assembled in 8 identical arrays. The total number of pixel cells is nearly 300000 and each cell, 75 μm×500 μm, contains a complete signal processing chain. Overall dead area is less than 3%

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IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science  (Volume:42 ,  Issue: 4 )