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Target Diagnostics Physics and Engineering for Inertial Confinement Fusion
From a point of a signal-to-background ratio, phosphors are a key component of micro channel plate (MCP) based x-ray framing cameras. In an MCP based framing camera, x-ray signal is converted to electrons, gated, amplified, and converted back to optical signal on the phosphor. To operate x-ray framing cameras in a harsh neutron induced radiation background of the National Ignition Facility, cathodeluminescence efficiency of the phosphor is very important. To avoid MCP damage due to high voltagedoi:10.1117/12.930992 fatcat:nazktzlhkbfc3abhvw66keoa3a