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Intense x-ray sources coupled with efficient, high-speed x-ray imagers are opening new possibilities of high-speed time resolved experiments. The silicon pixel array detector ͑PAD͒ is an extremely flexible technology which is currently being developed as a fast imager. We describe the architecture of the Cornell PAD, which is capable of operating with submicrosecond frame times. This 100 ϫ92 pixel prototype PAD consists of a pixelated silicon diode layer, for direct conversion of the x rays todoi:10.1063/1.1435816 fatcat:5vzh6o25wrfujgnjrtxg53napa