Ignore the "KEK November 2007" title - that's a legacy and is already changed :-)
As of now, there is no distinction in 16 separate zones. However, the gaps between the the zones are clearly visible in the Hit Profile, as the edge strips on both sides have a larger sensitive area and thus collect more hits than other strips; hence the spikes in the (otherwise pretty gaussian) beam profile. There is a single strip with no entries in the center - that's the one that suffered from the bias bond repair action.
SNR=21 (peak mode) is pretty healthy and fits to similar detectors operated with APV25.
All data was taken in multi-peak mode with subsequent hit fitting to obtain amplitude and timing (see separate posting for timing precision).
The verbose output of the analysis is pasted below.
Analysis of vie_run001
Peak Mode, 3 x 200 initevents (first 10 skipped) + 99400 events
Number hybrids: 1 number zones: 2 number sensors: 1
Using calibration file vie_cal001
No pedestal correction file
Seed/Neighbor/Cluster/Noisy Strips Cuts [RMS noise]: 5.0/3.0/5.0
Min. hitlength: 3
SILC module 01
HV=100V, 40MHz, Tp=50ns, 30ns
Sr90 1mCi , black cloth cover
Analysis date: 23.04.2008 13:25:09
clock: 40.00 MHz
fitmode: 2 (cal. fit)
ModuleName ZoneType Ch OKCh OK% Entries MClW MPSignal Noise MPSNR HpSE Occup
p_side JP single sensor 256 256 100.0 90385 2.53 21546.1 729.4 20.68 0.53 1.81