A 92k SPAD Time-Resolved Sensor in 0.13μm CIS Technology for PET/MRI Applications

Richard Walker, Leo H. C. Braga, Ahmet Erdogan, Leonardo Gasparini, Lindsay A. Grant, Robert Henderson, Nicola Massari, Matteo Perenzoni, David Stoppa

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Abstract

This paper presents a 92k SPAD, 16×8 pixel sensor for PET imaging, implemented in 0.13μm low voltage CIS technology. Within each pixel, 720 SPADs are organized into high fill factor mini-SiPMs placed around a central logic block. The sensor demonstrates a new architecture for this application, providing a 100Msamples/s real time energy histogramming capability, as well as an on-chip discriminator for the recognition of gamma events and integration control for the automatic acquisition of event data. Preliminary gamma measurements demonstrate an energy resolution of 13.1% at 20ºC, improving to 11.3% at -20ºC.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2013
EventInternational Image Sensor Workshop - Utah, Snowbird, United States
Duration: 12 Jun 201316 Jun 2013

Conference

ConferenceInternational Image Sensor Workshop
CountryUnited States
CitySnowbird
Period12/06/1316/06/13

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