Erratum: “Read-out ASIC for Microstrip Detectors”

Erratum: “Read-out ASIC for Microstrip Detectors” ISSN 10637397, Russian Microelectronics, 2011, Vol. 40, No. 2, pp. 146. © Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., 2011. ERRATA [Russian Microelectronics, 2011, Vol. 40, No. 1, pp. 52–58] a, a a a, b b E. V. Atkin *, A. D. Klyuev , A. S. Silaev , V. V. Shumikhin **, A. G. Voronin , I. A. Kudryuashov , b b D. M. Podorozhnyi , and A. Yu. Fedenko National Research Nuclear University MEPhI, Kashirskoe sh. 31, Moscow, 115409 Russia Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics, Moscow State University, Moscow, 119991 Russia *email: Eduard Atkin <atkin@eldep.mephi.ru> **email: Shumikhin Vitaly <shuma.v.v@mail.ru> Received January 12, 2011 DOI: 10.1134/S1063739711770010 The correct email address of the first author the shaper is similar to the CSA one, but with the input should read atkin@eldep.mephi.ru. MOStransistor of the opposite conduction type (the transistor with nchannel). In the abstract (second line) and throughout the text, the correct name of the project is Nuklon Project On page 55, the second sentence of the second of Roskosmos. paragraph should read The schematic of TH is based on the complementary transistors switch. Throughout the text, transducer and transformer should read converter. On page 55, item (ii) should read (ii) Switches of On page 53, in the first line of the left column, reference potentials. transformation should read conversion; in the first line On page 55, last paragraph that precedes section of the right column, transconduction should read DESCRIPTION OF AN ASIC OPERATION should transconductance. read An output signal of the driver can be readout rela In Fig. 2, selection−storage device should read track tively to either the ground or supply rail potentials. and hold. On page 55, in the second paragraph of section In Figs. 2 and 3, C and C should read C DESCRIPTION OF AN ASIC OPERATION (13th OC1 OC2 fb1 line) within 2.2 µs should read in 2.2 µm. and C , respectively fb2 On page 56, in the last line, 0.35 µm should read On page 54, the correct formula should read K = 0.35 um. U /Q = 1/C = 0.15 V/pC. out in in On page 57, the title of the table should read Main In Fig. 4, T31 and T32 should read CM1 and CM2, ASIC parameters. respectively; driver_Ы should read driver_bl. In Fig. 7, Q, nK should read Q, pC. In Fig. 5, SSD should read TH. The correct caption to Fig. 8 should read ASIC lay On page 55, in the first paragraph sentence A basic out. circuit of the shaper is formed by the CSA parallel to a cascade circuit, but with the input MOStransistor of the On page 58, the last sentence of CONCLUSIONS opposite conduction type with respect to the CSA (the should read The ASIC has an unprecedented value of transistor with nchannel) should read A basic circuit of the dynamic range. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Russian Microelectronics Springer Journals

Erratum: “Read-out ASIC for Microstrip Detectors”

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Engineering; Electrical Engineering
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ISSN 10637397, Russian Microelectronics, 2011, Vol. 40, No. 2, pp. 146. © Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., 2011. ERRATA [Russian Microelectronics, 2011, Vol. 40, No. 1, pp. 52–58] a, a a a, b b E. V. Atkin *, A. D. Klyuev , A. S. Silaev , V. V. Shumikhin **, A. G. Voronin , I. A. Kudryuashov , b b D. M. Podorozhnyi , and A. Yu. Fedenko National Research Nuclear University MEPhI, Kashirskoe sh. 31, Moscow, 115409 Russia Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics, Moscow State University, Moscow, 119991 Russia *email: Eduard Atkin <atkin@eldep.mephi.ru> **email: Shumikhin Vitaly <shuma.v.v@mail.ru> Received January 12, 2011 DOI: 10.1134/S1063739711770010 The correct email address of the first author the shaper is similar to the CSA one, but with the input should read atkin@eldep.mephi.ru. MOStransistor of the opposite conduction type (the transistor with nchannel). In the abstract (second line) and throughout the text, the correct name of the project is Nuklon Project On page 55, the second sentence of the second of Roskosmos. paragraph should read The schematic of TH is based on the complementary transistors switch. Throughout the text, transducer and transformer should read converter. On page 55, item (ii) should read (ii) Switches of On page 53, in the first line of the left column, reference potentials. transformation should read conversion; in the first line On page 55, last paragraph that precedes section of the right column, transconduction should read DESCRIPTION OF AN ASIC OPERATION should transconductance. read An output signal of the driver can be readout rela In Fig. 2, selection−storage device should read track tively to either the ground or supply rail potentials. and hold. On page 55, in the second paragraph of section In Figs. 2 and 3, C and C should read C DESCRIPTION OF AN ASIC OPERATION (13th OC1 OC2 fb1 line) within 2.2 µs should read in 2.2 µm. and C , respectively fb2 On page 56, in the last line, 0.35 µm should read On page 54, the correct formula should read K = 0.35 um. U /Q = 1/C = 0.15 V/pC. out in in On page 57, the title of the table should read Main In Fig. 4, T31 and T32 should read CM1 and CM2, ASIC parameters. respectively; driver_Ы should read driver_bl. In Fig. 7, Q, nK should read Q, pC. In Fig. 5, SSD should read TH. The correct caption to Fig. 8 should read ASIC lay On page 55, in the first paragraph sentence A basic out. circuit of the shaper is formed by the CSA parallel to a cascade circuit, but with the input MOStransistor of the On page 58, the last sentence of CONCLUSIONS opposite conduction type with respect to the CSA (the should read The ASIC has an unprecedented value of transistor with nchannel) should read A basic circuit of the dynamic range.

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Published: Mar 30, 2011

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