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Cross-strip Charge multiplexing Readout for Solid State Photomultipliers

Stanford researchers have invented a multiplexing technique which reduces the number of readout channels for solid state photomultiplier (SSPM) based PET or SPECT systems. New solid state photodetectors such as SSPMs have the high electronic gain of a pho...
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High efficiency, high power density, wide range DC-DC converter

Stanford researchers developed a high frequency resonant dc-dc converter that outperforms the state of the art in efficiency, power density and transient response. Typical converters use an inverter, a rectifier and a matching network. Parasitics and lo...
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