Results of the first integration test of the CMS drift tubes muon trigger
Veröffentlicht am 13.07.2007 in NIM A 579 (2007) 951-960
Two drift tubes (DTs) chambers of the CMS muon barrel system were exposed to a 40 MHz bunched muon beam at the CERN SPS, and for the first time the whole CMS Level-1 DTs-based trigger system chain was tested. Data at different energies and inclination angles of the incident muon beam were collected, as well as data with and without an iron absorber placed between the two chambers, to simulate the electromagnetic shower development in CMS. Special data-taking runs were dedicated to test for the first time the Track Finder system, which reconstructs track trigger candidates by performing a proper matching of the muon segments delivered by the two chambers. The present paper describes the results of these measurements.
Autoren: Janos Erö
weitere Autoren: Christian Deldicque, M. Aldaya et al.
Kategorie: Reviewed Paper