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Calculation of the CTI

Calculation of the CTI

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Calculation of the CTI
Khaled Bekhouche
Biskra/Lancaster University
Calculation of the CTI
Khaled Bekhouche
Biskra/Lancaster University

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Calculation of the CTI
Meeting 27.02.2009Meeting 27.02.2009
Khaled BekhoucheBiskra/Lancaster University
 
Calculation method
1-Construction of the distribution of ADC codes of each 10 pixels(Slide 3). The number of frames is 10000.2-Fit the noise and the X-ray by a Gaussian functions (Slide 3).3-For each pixel we calculate the noise centroid and the X-ray centroidby averaging the ADC codes within the two intervals:(X
0noise
-m
noise
)< ADC code<(X
0noise
+m
noise
), for the noise(X
0xray
-m
xray
)< ADC code<(X
0xray
+m
xray
), for X-raywhere m=1, since 69% of the Gauss events are located in this region.4-The difference between the X-ray centroid and the noise centroidgives the X-ray peak (Slide 3).5-Fit the X-ray peaks vs pixel number with a linear function (Slide 4) toobtain the CTI.
 
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 ADC code
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DistributionFit noiseFit X-ray T=-40 
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f=1 MHz OPV=-1.2 V CLK voltage=3 V Pixel 31 to pixel 40  X-ray peak 

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