Silicon Strip Sensors with integrated pitch adapters
Veröffentlicht am 14.01.2010 in EUDET Memo
Material reduction is a crucial point for inner tracking systems of all high energy physics experiments, especially for those based on silicon micro strip sensors. Our goal is to build a silicon module with as little material as possible. As a first step, we have designed silicon strip sensors which are equipped with integrated routing lines. These routing lines allow a readout chip to be directly connected to the sensor using wire bonds, omitting a pitch adapter. A beam test has been performed at CERN with these sensors to test their performance, especially when they are being hit in the routing region. Results from this test are shown in this report.
Autoren: Thomas Bergauer, Marko Dragicevic, Stephan Hänsel, Christian Irmler, Manfred Valentan, Wolfgang Kiesenhofer, Georg Auzinger
weitere Autoren: P. Grabiec, M. Grodner, K. Kucharski, J. Marczewski (ITE Warsaw, Poland)
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