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16-19 January 2018
Zurich, Switzerland
Europe/Berlin timezone

A Triggerless Readout System for Mimosa26 based Telescopes and A Python based test-beam analysis software

17 Jan 2018, 14:10
20m
ETH HG E 1.2 (Zurich, Switzerland)

ETH HG E 1.2

Zurich, Switzerland

Rämistrasse 101, 8092 Zürich, Schweiz

Speaker

Mr Yannick Dieter (University of Bonn)

Description

A compact readout-system based on a single FPGA-based readout board (MMC3) and Python software (pymosa) was developed. It supports configuring and readout of up to 6 Mimosa26 planes. Trigger-less and continuous data taking is implemented, allowing test beams with high particle rates (> 20 kHz). In order to analyse test beam data a platform independent Python package with graphical-user-interface was developed. The package called “testbeam_analysis” features plane alignment using all translation and rotation axes, Kalman filter based track fitting, and track building from time-reference and high resolution planes. In the talk, the readout-system is presented and challenges from a trigger-less Mimosa26 readout for track building are discussed. Additionally, the basic structure and analysis flow of “testbeam_analysis” is presented, as well as the performance based on measured residuals of a Mimosa26 telescope in a 2.5 GeV electron beam at the new test beam area in Bonn.

Primary authors

Christian Bespin (University of Bonn) Fabian Hügging (University of Bonn) Hans Krüger (University of Bonn) Jens Janssen (University of Bonn) Jochen Dingfelder (University of Bonn) Norbert Wermes (University of Bonn) Pascal Wolf (University of Bonn) Pohl David-Leon (University of Bonn) Toko Hirono (University of Bonn) Tomasz Hemperek (University of Bonn) Mr Yannick Dieter (University of Bonn)

Presentation Materials