Energy calibration of the Medipix-2 Quad MXR detector (2008)
Type of ContentConference Contributions - Other
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Canterbury. Physics and Astronomy
AuthorsSelkirk, J., Schleich, N., Cook, N., Butzer, J.S., Butler, A., Butler, P., MARS-CT Teamshow all
The Medipix-2 Quad MXR detector is a recent version of the Medipix hybrid silicon pixel detector, which was developed at CERN. It combines four Medipix-2 chips with one common sensor chip. The photon processing x-ray detector will be incorporated into the Medipix All Resolution System (MARS) scanner, a 3D spectroscopic imaging system being developed by a collaboration of researchers from the University of Canterbury and the Canterbury District Health Board. This paper reports on a method developed to carry out an energy calibration for the Quad MXR detector.
CitationSelkirk, J., Schleich, N., Cook, N., Butzer, J., Butler, A., Butler, P. (2008) Energy calibration of the Medipix-2 Quad MXR detector. Christchurch, New Zealand: Engineering and Physical Sciences in Medicine and the Australian Biomedical Engineering Conference, 16-20 Nov 2008.
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