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Appunti dalle lezioni; Spettri di frequenze. Analisi worst-case e Monte Carlo. Per ora, soffermiamoci su un semplice esempio il quale, seppure banale, permette di introdurre Because of the distortions introduced during the the avalanche pulse and to avoid spurious voltage spikes . The obtained dynamic range is seven orders of measured the instrument response function IRF to a laser ex- magnitude and allows the detection of photons up to 6 ns after citation pulse and we acquired reflectance curves of two homo- the laser peak.
For the IRF, we directly The first one at about 1. Instead, the order to guarantee isotropic illumination of the latter. In order second reflection is within the useful observation time range to accurately reconstruct the IRF with large dynamic range, we at about 8.
Indeed, when acquired different slices of the optical pulse by fast-gating the the gate-ON window is delayed to acquire very late photons at detector at different delays with respect to the laser pulse peak.
Therefore, the laser power cannot steps of 25 ps for a total of time intervals with respect to the be increased as wished, because of saturation of the detection peak. For each delay, we acquired photons for 10 s, therefore, system.
Therefore, such reflection limits further extension of the total measurement time is When the laser pulse both dynamic and time ranges. It is worth noting that, since the peak was inside the gate window, the laser power was strongly amplitude of the second reflection is five orders of magnitude attenuated through the variable attenuator shown in Fig.
Normalized instrument response function solid line and time- Fig. Thanks to the resolved reflectance curves corresponding to two homogeneous phantoms with delayed gate measurements it is possible to obtain a wide dynamic range of different absorption coefficients.
The reconstructed waveform of Fig. It is worth pointing out that this number the penetration depth capability even at small source—detector is not the actual number of collected photons.
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Each of the separation. However, for practical measurements it is not neces- acquired slices is multiplied by the reciprocal of the optical sary to acquire the full reflectance curve, therefore the detector attenuation introduced to keep the maximum count rate below can be gated-on at the time delay corresponding to the mean 0. In order to achieve the same dynamic range and penetration depth of interest, thus further strongly reducing the the same number of photons by means of a traditional TCSPC measurement time because only part of the reflectance curve is measurement at the same count rate, about h would be measured.
This drastic improvement of roughly three orders of The reported dynamic range is limited to seven orders of magnitude in measurement time is possible because the SNR magnitude because of very small reflections in optical fibers is not constant along the reconstructed curve, but it is lower at and connectors see the small peak at the end of the curve in shorter delays, where the large multiplication factor applied to Fig. By improving the optical path, it is possible to eliminate the acquired counts increases noise as well as signal.
However, or at least reduce such reflections in order to employ higher the overall IRF is still characterized by a fairly low noise, as is excitation power, thanks to more powerful lasers, thus extending clear from Fig.
In our setup, we always used a We also performed measurements of reflectance curves of power lower than 2 mW even at the longer 6 ns gate-ON delays.
At longer gate-ON delays the power phantoms, normalized with respect to the peak value. As a ref- could be significantly increased in order to effectively detect the erence, the instrument response function is also reported. We faint signal thus increasing the dynamic range. Also the TCSPC reconstructed curves by employing the same delays and mea- technique can offer a potentially unlimited dynamic range, but surement time used for the IRF acquisition and we obtained the the measurement time would be too long and unpractical.
Instead same wide dynamic range. Phantoms P1 and P2 have clearly our setup allows a drastic reduction of the measurement time distinguishable photon time distributions due to the different ab- necessary to collect optical waveforms with the desired wide sorption coefficient.
However, it can also be employed to in- V.
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Uwe Paschen. Simone Bellisai. Danilo Bronzi. Federica Villa. Alberto Tosi. Brockherde ims. In fact, lattice very low noise and sharp timing response. We present the dislocations and generation-recombination centers could investigation on the breakdown voltage, photon detection increase thermal generation, band-to-band tunneling efficiency PDE , dark count rate DCR and timing response on contributions and carrier trapping, thus affecting also devices with different dimensions and shapes of the active area.
Often these approaches resulted in drastic drawbacks in active area dimensions of just a few I. Such detectors will be the building block for SPAD technologies, which allow the complete tailoring of fabrication smart pixels of advanced 2D and 3D imagers with single- parameters and processing conditions in order to achieve photon sensitivity and in-pixel processing.
Main drawbacks of custom processing are costs and mainly, the impossibility to monolithically integrate SPADs and their surrounding electronics on the same chip substrate. Hence the difficulty to fabricate imagers with very large pixel counts without employing wafer-bonding approaches.
Major Fig. Cross-section of the SPAD in 0. At this bias, the detector works in the so- called Geiger-mode and a single photo carrier injected into the depletion layer can trigger a self-sustaining avalanche process. As a consequence, a single photon absorbed by the Silicon in which the SPAD is fabricated produces a standard, macroscopic milliamps , and fast sub-nanosecond rising- edge current pulse, which marks the arrival time of the detected photon .
The device is monolithically integrated with an active Fig. The structure of the device itself is shown and shapes, as a function of the temperature and at different applied in Fig. Dark Count Rate preventing edge breakdown. All the measurements, except the ones for the assisted or band-to-band. Breakdown Voltage with an overvoltage of 5 V, all the SPAD structures have The breakdown voltage VBD was measured as a function extremely low dark count rates with a maximum of 43 cps for of the temperature, using a curve tracer and a climatic the biggest SPAD and a minimum of 6 cps for the smallest chamber.