This work reports the current state of the development of a pixelated readout for nanometer resolution X-ray ptychography applications. A very dense, low-noise and low-power pixel developed in a commercial 65nm CMOS technology is envisioned for such applications, targeting a pixel area of 150 µm × 150 µm, an overall noise of 200e- rms and a power consumption of 150µW per pixel. In the paper, an introduction to the application and an overview of the experimental setup are given, the designed frontend channel is reported and revised in its components and simulation results of the schematic-level design are shown and discussed.

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FALCON readout channel for X-ray ptychography applications

Lazzaroni, Paolo;Manghisoni, Massimo;Re, Valerio
2022-01-01

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This work reports the current state of the development of a pixelated readout for nanometer resolution X-ray ptychography applications. A very dense, low-noise and low-power pixel developed in a commercial 65nm CMOS technology is envisioned for such applications, targeting a pixel area of 150 µm × 150 µm, an overall noise of 200e- rms and a power consumption of 150µW per pixel. In the paper, an introduction to the application and an overview of the experimental setup are given, the designed frontend channel is reported and revised in its components and simulation results of the schematic-level design are shown and discussed.
2022
Lazzaroni, Paolo; Hammer, Michael; Manghisoni, Massimo; Miceli, Antonino; Ratti, Lodovico; Re, Valerio
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