Position Sensitive Counters

Position-sensitive neutron counters are the most important element of physical equipment for studying the processes of scattering of neutrons emerging from the reactor channel.

The main task of position-sensitive detectors is to determine the place of registration of an ionizing particle.

Information about the location of the neutron hit is obtained by analyzing the amplitudes of the signals taken from the ends of the high resistance anode. In this case, the pulse amplitudes at both terminals of the position-sensitive counter depend on the distance between the beginning of the anode filament and the neutron registration site.

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