Design of a Radiation Tolerant System for Total Ionizing Dose Monitoring Using Floating Gate and RadFET Dosimeters

Abstract : The necessity to improve the accuracy of the Total Ionizing Dose (TID) measurements at CERNs’ radiation zones, has driven the research of new TID-measuring candidates. For this purpose, a TID Monitoring System (TIDMon) is designed, that investigates the effects of the TID on a Floating Gate Dosimeter (FGDOS) compared to Radiation-sensing Field-Effect Transistors (RadFETs). The monitoring system is characterized inside the CERN test facilities where the LHC mixed radiation field is reproduced. The architecture of the TIDMon, the radiation tolerance techniques and the design choices adopted for the system are presented in this work
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Rudy Ferraro, Salvatore Danzeca, Matteo Brucoli, Alessandro Masi, Markus Brugger, et al.. Design of a Radiation Tolerant System for Total Ionizing Dose Monitoring Using Floating Gate and RadFET Dosimeters. TWEPP: Topical Workshop on Electronics for Particle Physics, Sep 2016, Karlsruhe, Germany. ⟨lirmm-01382578⟩

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