Use of position sensitive detectors in positron imaging
The use of Anger-type bar cameras for positron imaging results in a totally stationary system. In addition, the design is cost effective since the Anger principle will provide many resolution elements using only a few crystals and photomultipliers. Pulse shortening techniques are used to solve countrate problems associated with Anger-type detectors. When compared to an array of BGO detectors, a bar camera with equal sensitivity has superior spatial resolution. © 1980, IEEE. All rights reserved.
Muehllehner, G; Colsher, JG
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