[gate-users] Constant Energy resolution for solid-state detectors

sangjune park park.sangjune at gmail.com
Tue Dec 6 21:09:26 CET 2005

Hi all,

Since the electronic noise contribution is dominant over the uncertainty in
the number of electron hole pairs generated from each interaction in
solid-state detectors (for examples, HPGe, Si, CZT , etc.),  a constant
energy resolution at all energy range deposited in the detector volume
should be required to simulate blurring of the energy spectrum instead of
using FWHM = FWHMo x sqrt(Eo/E) for scintillation detectors (LSO, BGO, NaI,
If you know how to use constant blurring for all energy range, please let me
know that.

Thank you for your help in advance.
Sang-June Park
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