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* One can achieve very high radiation hardness
 
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Schematic drawings of the 3D detector:  
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Schematic drawings of the 3D detector:
  
 
[[Image:3D_drawing1.png|frameless|250px]] [[Image:3D_drawing2.png|frameless|250px]]
 
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* [[TestBeam Analysis]]
 
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== Who are we? ==
 
== Who are we? ==
  
 
* In Bergen: Bjarne, Heidi, Kristine, Ahmed ...
 
* In Bergen: Bjarne, Heidi, Kristine, Ahmed ...
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Revision as of 11:21, 20 February 2009

Introduction to 3D detectors

3D detectors have three dimensional electrods going through the silicon substrate. The depletion thickness depends on p+ and n+ electrode distance. The advantages with 3D technology is:

  • It can operate at very low voltages
  • One can achieve very high radiation hardness
  • Very fast
  • Active almost to the edge

Schematic drawings of the 3D detector:

3D drawing1.png 3D drawing2.png

More information

Our Activities

Who are we?

  • In Bergen: Bjarne, Heidi, Kristine, Ahmed ...