In the last few years the FAZIA [1] collaboration has been investigating the properties of silicon detectors in particular the crystal orientation and resistivity non-uniformity in order to better pin down the detector characteristics that influence their performances for particle identification using ΔE-E and Pulse Shape Analysis (PSA) techniques. In this paper we present the first particle identification results obtained with detectors selected for good resistivity uniformity and using a non-channeled configuration. A new digital electronics was also designed for the R&D phase of FAZIA and was tested under beam for the first time. A quantitative procedure to measure the observed performances is applied in order to quantify the particle identification thresholds. Particle identification thresholds of ∼2.5AMeV for Z∼310 have been reached with the studied reaction.

Progresses in the pulse shape identification with silicon detectors within the FAZIA Collaboration / L. Bardelli;M. Bini;G. Casini;P. Edelbruck;G. Pasquali;G. Poggi;S. Barlini;R. Berjillos;B. Borderie;R. Bougault;M. Bruno;S. Carboni;A. Chbihi;M. D'Agostino;J.A. Dueñas;J.M. Gautier;F. Gramegna;C. Huss;A.J. Kordyasz;T. Kozik;V.L. Kravchuk;N. Le Neindre;O. Lopez;I. Martel;L. Morelli;A. Ordine;M.F. Rivet;E. Rosato;E. Scarlini;G. Spadaccini;G. Tobia;M. Vigilante;E. Wanlin. - In: NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH. SECTION A, ACCELERATORS, SPECTROMETERS, DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT. - ISSN 0168-9002. - STAMPA. - 654:(2011), pp. 272-278. [10.1016/j.nima.2011.06.063]

Progresses in the pulse shape identification with silicon detectors within the FAZIA Collaboration

BARDELLI, LUIGI;BINI, MAURIZIO;CASINI, GIOVANNI;PASQUALI, GABRIELE;POGGI, GIACOMO;BARLINI, SANDRO;CARBONI, STEFANO;
2011

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In the last few years the FAZIA [1] collaboration has been investigating the properties of silicon detectors in particular the crystal orientation and resistivity non-uniformity in order to better pin down the detector characteristics that influence their performances for particle identification using ΔE-E and Pulse Shape Analysis (PSA) techniques. In this paper we present the first particle identification results obtained with detectors selected for good resistivity uniformity and using a non-channeled configuration. A new digital electronics was also designed for the R&D phase of FAZIA and was tested under beam for the first time. A quantitative procedure to measure the observed performances is applied in order to quantify the particle identification thresholds. Particle identification thresholds of ∼2.5AMeV for Z∼310 have been reached with the studied reaction.
2011
654
272
278
L. Bardelli;M. Bini;G. Casini;P. Edelbruck;G. Pasquali;G. Poggi;S. Barlini;R. Berjillos;B. Borderie;R. Bougault;M. Bruno;S. Carboni;A. Chbihi;M. D'Agostino;J.A. Dueñas;J.M. Gautier;F. Gramegna;C. Huss;A.J. Kordyasz;T. Kozik;V.L. Kravchuk;N. Le Neindre;O. Lopez;I. Martel;L. Morelli;A. Ordine;M.F. Rivet;E. Rosato;E. Scarlini;G. Spadaccini;G. Tobia;M. Vigilante;E. Wanlin
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