ISSN - 01675087, Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research, 1983, vol. 207, p. 379-388
Spatial resolution of induction chambers
The spatial resolution of proportional chambers with the delay line connected to the cathode plane has been studied. A coaxial cable was used as a delay line. For the relativistic electrons a spatial resolution of 25 μm (rms) for normal incidence and 120 μm for an angle of inclination of 35° has been obtained. For protons with an energy of 65 MeV a spatial resolution of 15 μm has been achieved for normal incidence. The factors that limit the accuracy of the method are discussed. © 1983.