publication . Article . Other literature type . 2017

Radiation hardness studies of AMS HV-CMOS 350 nm prototype chip HVStripV1

A. Seiden; Philippe Grenier; J. Kramberger; C. Tamma; Julie D. Segal; S. MacMahon; S. MacMahon; Dzmitry Maneuski; R. Plackett; Matthew Daniel Buckland; ...
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  • Published: 15 Feb 2017 Journal: Journal of Instrumentation, volume 12, issue 2, pages P02010-P02010 (eissn: 1748-0221, Copyright policy)
Abstract
CMOS active pixel sensors are being investigated for their potential use in the ATLAS\ud inner tracker upgrade at the HL-LHC. The new inner tracker will have to handle a significant\ud increase in luminosity while maintaining a sufficient signal-to-noise ratio and pulse shaping times.\ud This paper focuses on the prototype chip “HVStripV1” (manufactured in the AMS HV-CMOS\ud 350nm process) characterization before and after irradiation up to fluence levels expected for the\ud strip region in the HL-LHC environment. The results indicate an increase of depletion region after\ud irradiation for the same bias voltage by a factor of ≈ 2.4 and ≈ 2.8 for two active pixe...
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free text keywords: pixel [semiconductor detector], technology [semiconductor detector], upgrade [tracking detector], damage [radiation], irradiation, ATLAS, noise, performance, 610, semiconductor detector: pixel, semiconductor detector: technology, tracking detector: upgrade, radiation: damage, Instrumentation, Mathematical Physics, ddc:610, Depletion region, Optoelectronics, business.industry, business, Chip, Biasing, Electrical engineering, CMOS, Radiation hardening, Pulse shaping, Pixel, Physics
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EC| AIDA
Project
AIDA
Advanced European Infrastructures for Detectors at Accelerators
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 262025
  • Funding stream: FP7 | SP4 | INFRA
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EC| AIDA-2020
Project
AIDA-2020
Advanced European Infrastructures for Detectors at Accelerators
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 654168
  • Funding stream: H2020 | RIA
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