TIGRE is an advanced telescope for gamma-ray astronomy with a few arcmin resolution. From 0.3 to 10 MeV it is a Compton telescope. Above 1 MeV, its multi-layers of double sided silicon strip detectors allow for Compton recoil electron tracking and the unique determination for incident photon direction. From 10 to 100 MeV the tracking feature is utilized for gamma-ray pair event reconstruction. Here we present TIGRE energy resolutions, background simulations and the development of the electronics readout system.
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The TIGRE gamma-ray telescope O’Neill, T. J. and Bhattacharya, D. and Dixon, D. D. and Polson, M. and White, R. S. and Zych, A. D. and Ryan, J. and McConnell, M. and Macri, J. and Samimi, J. and Akyuz, A. and Mahoney, W. M. and Varnell, L., AIP Conference Proceedings, 510, 804-808 (2000), DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.1303309
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