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Wireless passive high-doses radiation sensor

Abstract : The high dose measurement techniques are of the great interest in nuclear engineering for both, industrial and academic community. Related to these very harsh environment, today sensors solutions are based on external post analysis that not allow real time monitoring. Wireless monitoring of fully chipless passive sensors has been demonstrated for the first time using miniaturized HPD (Hydrogen Pressure Dosimitry) solution. We obtained micrometric silicon membrane deflection for several ten of kGy using 6MeV electron beam.)
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Émilie Debourg, Ayoub Rifai, Hervé Aubert, Patrick Pons, Isabella Augustyniak, et al.. Wireless passive high-doses radiation sensor. IEEE sensors 2014, Nov 2014, Valencia, Spain. 4p. ⟨hal-01053068⟩

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