A survey of the signal-induced noise in photomultiplier detection of wide dynamics luminous signals

Cairo, F.; Congeduti, F.; Poli, M.; Centurioni, S.; Di Donfrancesco, G.
September 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Sep96, Vol. 67 Issue 9, p3274
Academic Journal
Reports on a survey of the signal-induced noise (SIN) in photomultiplier (PMT) detection of wide dynamics luminous signals. Testing of three different types of PMT; Analysis of the time properties and spectral characteristics of SIN; Method's dependency on single PMT behavior.


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