The Pulse Shape Analysis algorithm "Recursive Subtraction" has been applied to data acquired during the in-beam tests of two different highly segmented HPGe detectors. This algorithm processes the net charge signal, determining the number of interactions per segment and their radial coordinates. The RS algorithm performances are evaluated by comparing the results obtained following its application to experimental pulse shapes with those obtained with specific GEANT simulations. Excellent agreement is found between the experimental distribution of the number of interactions per segment and the simulated one. Deviations between experimental radial distribution and the calculated ones are discussed.

Application of the recursive subtraction pulse shape analysis algorithm to in-beam HPGe signals / F.C.L. Crespi, F. Camera, A. Bracco, B. Million, O. Wieland, V. Vandone, F. Recchia, A. Gadea, T. Kroll, D. Mengoni, E. Farnea, C.A. Ur, D. Bazzacco. - In: NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH. SECTION A, ACCELERATORS, SPECTROMETERS, DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT. - ISSN 0168-9002. - 604:3(2009 Jun), pp. 604-611.

Application of the recursive subtraction pulse shape analysis algorithm to in-beam HPGe signals

F.C.L. Crespi
Primo
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F. Camera
Secondo
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A. Bracco;V. Vandone;
2009

Abstract

The Pulse Shape Analysis algorithm "Recursive Subtraction" has been applied to data acquired during the in-beam tests of two different highly segmented HPGe detectors. This algorithm processes the net charge signal, determining the number of interactions per segment and their radial coordinates. The RS algorithm performances are evaluated by comparing the results obtained following its application to experimental pulse shapes with those obtained with specific GEANT simulations. Excellent agreement is found between the experimental distribution of the number of interactions per segment and the simulated one. Deviations between experimental radial distribution and the calculated ones are discussed.
gamma-rays ; HPGe detectors ; pulse shape analysis ; AGATA ; tracking
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