CLICTD: A monolithic HR-CMOS sensor chip for the CLIC silicon tracker
March 11, 2020
April 21, 2020
The CLIC Tracker Detector (CLICTD) is a monolithic pixelated sensor chip produced in a 180 nm imaging CMOS process built on a high-resistivity epitaxial layer. The chip, designed in the context of the CLIC tracking detector study, comprises a matrix of 16 × 128 elongated pixels, each measuring 300 × 30 μm$^2$. To ensure prompt charge collection, every elongated pixel is segmented in eight sub-pixels, each containing a collection diode and a separate analog front-end. A simultaneous 8-bit time measurement with 10 ns time bins and 5-bit energy measurement with programmable range is performed in the on-pixel digital logic. The main design aspects as well as the first results from laboratory measurements with the CLICTD chip are presented.
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