Publications [#308742] of Mark C. Kruse

Papers Published
  1. Akimoto, T; Aoki, M; Azzi, P; Bacchetta, N; Behari, S; Benjamin, D; Bisello, D; Bolla, G; Bortoletto, D; Busetto, G; Cabrera, S; Canepa, A; Cardoso, G; Chertok, M; Ciobanu, CI; Derylo, G; Fang, I; Feng, EJ; Fernandez, JP; Flaugher, B; Freeman, J; Galtieri, L; Galyardt, J; Garcia-Sciveres, M; Giurgiu, G; Haber, C; Hale, D; Hara, K; Harr, R; Hill, C; Hoff, J; Holbrook, B; Hong, SC; Hrycyk, M; Hsiung, TH; Incandela, J; Jeon, EJ; Joo, KK; Junk, T; Kahkola, H; Karjalainen, S; Kim, S; Kobayashi, K et al., CDF run IIb silicon detector: Electrical performance and deadtime-less operation, IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, vol. 51 no. 3 III (2004), pp. 987-993 [doi] .

    The main building block and readout unit of the planned CDF Run lib silicon detector is a "stave," a highly integrated mechanical, thermal, and electrical structure. One of its characteristic features is a copper-on-Kapton flexible cable for power, high voltage, data transmission, and control signals that is placed directly below the silicon microstrip sensors. The dense packaging makes deadtime-less operation of the stave a challenge since coupling of bus cable activity into the silicon sensors must be suppressed efficiently. The stave design features relevant for deadtime-less operation are discussed. The electrical performance achieved with stave prototypes is presented.