HAMAMATSU MPPC PDF
Hamamatsu currently produces MPPC with a pixel density up to pixels/mm 2 (pixel pitch: 10 um). Utilizing advanced technology to enhance photon. Case studies of APD/MPPC performance calculations. [Figure ] Much reduced crosstalk of Hamamatsu MPPC. KAPDBEB. Note: Dark pulse. pixels. The sum of the output from each pixel forms the MPPC output, which allows the photons to be counted. HAMAMATSU. MPPC has high sensitivity to short.
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MPPCs (Multi-Pixel Photon Counters)
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