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A high resolution scintillator based SPECT detector with digital pulse processing (SPECTatress)

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4 Author(s)
Deprez, K. ; Med. Image & Signal Process. Group, Ghent Univ. - IBBT, Ghent, Belgium ; Van Holen, R. ; Staelens, S. ; Vandenberghe, S.

SPECT scanners using multi-pinhole collimators benefit from modular detectors having a high spatial resolution. Such detectors can be placed closer to the collimator and perpendicular to the pinhole axis (thereby limiting DOI spatial resolution degradation). Current clinical gamma ray cameras have a large area and a poor spatial resolution. This proceeding describes the architecture of SPECTatress, a modular high resolution gamma camera. A brief summary of the electronics and results obtained with the center-of-gravity positioning algorithm have been presented previously (Imaging 2010 conference, Stockholm). Here we present a detailed overview of the pre-amplifiers and the algorithms used in the FPGA. Results using a GPU accelerated MLE algorithm are shown. This measurement indicates a spatial resolution of 1.1mm FWHM in the center of the detector and an energy resolution of 9% FWHM.

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Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record (NSS/MIC), 2010 IEEE

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Oct. 30 2010-Nov. 6 2010

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