E. S. Sadowski

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The authors used the layer-peeling method to determine the scattering parameters of non-magnetic simple materials. Applying sine probing (input) signals to various concatenated lossless transmission line sections produced simulated test data that were used in an algorithm designed to in turn identify the sections. Accurate system identification resulted in(More)
We have built a liquid argon/iron calorimeter that will serve as a prototype for an instrument that will be used in an experiment at Fermilab. This calorimeter allows measurements of the direction of the hadronic shower, as well as its energy, to be made. The calorimeter is approximately 685 gis/cm2 thick and so sufficient to contain hadron energies up to(More)
We have built and used a set of three cylindrical drift chambers with delay line readout. The azimuthal coordinate is obtained in the conventional way; the resolution obtained is about 300 microns. The axial coordinate is obtained fran signals induced on printed circuit delay lines with a resolution of ±5 mn FWHM. The chambers are 120 cm long and have(More)
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