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Monolithic Signal Processing for Radiation Detectors: late developments at BNL

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Camille M. Ginsburg
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During the last ten years, the development of microelectronics for radiation detector applications has faced a big impulse. Starting from pure analog ASICs integrating a few channels designed according to the classical front end schemes, more and more functionalities have been added. Realtime processing of the signals, at first in the analog domain and lately in the digital one, arbitration and multiplexing schemes have been introduced to reduce the number of interconnections and the amount of information to transfer to the data acquisition systems. During this talk a few examples of architectures developed at Brookhaven National Lab during the last four years will be presented with the aim to give an overview of the groups' and personal expertise.
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