Germanium detectors allow the detection of a much wider spectrum of light than silicon imagers.
What does GeD stand for?
GeD stands for Germanium Detector
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According to a report in Nature News, the huge Cryogenic Dark Matter Search (CDMSII) experiment contains a rack of supercooled hockey-puck-sized silicon and germanium detectors nestled within Russian-doll layers of shielding.
The experiment, known as the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search, uses germanium detectors cooled to nearly absolute zero to record tiny vibrations imparted by a proposed type of dark matter called weakly interacting massive particles, or WIMPs.
But the war stimulated research at Bell Labs, Purdue University, and in England to satisfy the need for good silicon and germanium detectors for radar.
The TP1001 receiver consists of a strained Germanium detector monolithically integrated with a trans-impedance amplifier (TIA) fabricated on an 8-inch Silicon wafer.
But, the maps constructed by Reedy and the Kaguya GRS team, using data gathered by state-of-the-art, high-energy-resolution germanium detectors, are extending the earlier results and improving our understanding of the Moon's surface composition.
Germanium detectors measure the gamma-ray emissions from these samples, which identify the types of radionuclides present.
The prototype systems will incorporate arrays of ORTEC high-purity germanium detectors coupled with several unique and novel techniques to process and present data collected from possible gamma and neutron radiation emanating from pedestrians, vehicles, or freight containers.