A novel termination structure for silicon microstrip detectors is proposed, featuring all p-type multiguard and scribe-line implants, as well as inward metal field-plates providing almost complete coverage of the passivation-oxide external surface. The structure is intended for detector long-term stability improvement and fabrication-process simplification. Proper design of the multiguard layout enables a very stable behavior at relatively high bias voltages to be achieved both prior and after 1e12 /cm2 neutron irradiation.

A novel silicon microstrip termination structure with all p-type multiguard and scribe-line implants / G. F., Dalla Betta; M., Boscardin; L., Bosisio; S., Dittongo; P., Gregori; I., Rachevskaia; Verzellesi, Giovanni; N., Zorzi. - In: IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE. - ISSN 0018-9499. - STAMPA. - 49:(2002), pp. 1712-1716.

A novel silicon microstrip termination structure with all p-type multiguard and scribe-line implants

VERZELLESI, Giovanni;
2002-01-01

Abstract

A novel termination structure for silicon microstrip detectors is proposed, featuring all p-type multiguard and scribe-line implants, as well as inward metal field-plates providing almost complete coverage of the passivation-oxide external surface. The structure is intended for detector long-term stability improvement and fabrication-process simplification. Proper design of the multiguard layout enables a very stable behavior at relatively high bias voltages to be achieved both prior and after 1e12 /cm2 neutron irradiation.
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A novel silicon microstrip termination structure with all p-type multiguard and scribe-line implants / G. F., Dalla Betta; M., Boscardin; L., Bosisio; S., Dittongo; P., Gregori; I., Rachevskaia; Verzellesi, Giovanni; N., Zorzi. - In: IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE. - ISSN 0018-9499. - STAMPA. - 49:(2002), pp. 1712-1716.
G. F., Dalla Betta; M., Boscardin; L., Bosisio; S., Dittongo; P., Gregori; I., Rachevskaia; Verzellesi, Giovanni; N., Zorzi
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