Quality of X-ray transmission radiography based on single photon counting pixel device
NIM A Vol. 546, pages 113-117
This work devotes to the optimization of digital X ray transmission radiography for the observation of time dependent processes using a single X-ray photon counting pixel device. The maximization of frame rate of acquired roentgenograms is crucial for this purpose. The influence of the X ray tube voltage on exposure time, which is necessary for sufficient quality of roentgenograms, was investigated. Roentgenograms are distorted due to non uniform pixel detection efficiency across the X ray detector. Such distortion can be successfully eliminated by the proposed “Direct thickness calibration method” regardless of X ray beam hardening, which is due to the variation of inspected body absorption.
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J. Uher, "Quality of X-ray transmission radiography based on single photon counting pixel device", NIM A Vol. 546, pages 113-117 (2005)