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Microstrip Detectors are large-area detectors used for the detection of ionizing radiation with charge and position sensitivity. The most simple example is composed of a common cathode on the backside and of many parallel anodes on the topside, each one connected to a separate readout channel and providing 1D position sensitivity. 2D position sensing can be obtained by segmenting also the backside, along a direction orthogonal to the one used for the topside. In this way, the number of channels required by the 2D position-sensitive detector grows proportionally to the linear dimensions of the detector and not to the active area.
Single-sided microstrip detectors designed and produced for private companies, for X-ray spectroscopy and diffraction applications.
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