3-10 August 2016
Chicago IL USA
US/Central timezone
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High rate photo-detection and improved spacial resolution with the Inside-Out LAPPD$^{\text{TM}}$

8 Aug 2016, 18:30
Riverwalk A/B ()

Riverwalk A/B

Poster Detector: R&D and Performance Poster Session


Andrey Elagin (University of Chicago) Bernhard Adams (Incom, Inc.) Eric Spieglan (University of Chicago) Evan Angelico (University of Chicago) Todd Seiss (University of Chicago (US))


The Large-Area Picosecond Photo-Detector (LAPPD$^\text{TM}$) is a planar, 20 $\times$ 20 cm$^2$ photo-tube that is being developed for sub-pico second timing resolution and large area detector coverage. The first generation LAPPD$^\text{TM}$ uses transmission line anode strips to carry amplified signals from the inside of the vacuum-tube to external electronics. A second generation design has been proposed to improve spatial resolution and to allow operation in high event rate environments. The *Inside-Out* LAPPD uses an internal (inside) ground plane that capacitively couples to an external (outside) anode for electrical readout. Measurements of the Inside-Out detector's analog bandwidth and position reconstruction capabilities provide a comparison to the first generation LAPPD$^{\text{TM}}$

Primary author

Evan Angelico (University of Chicago)


Andrey Elagin (University of Chicago) Bernhard Adams (Incom, Inc.) Eric Spieglan (University of Chicago) Todd Seiss (University of Chicago (US)) henry frisch (university of chicago)

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