R. P. Bernhard

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LHCb is one of the experiments for the Large Hadron Collider at CERN and is dedicated to B-physics and CP-violation measurements. To exploit its physics potential good tracking performance with high efficiency in a high particle density environment close to the beam pipe is required. Silicon strip detectors with large read-out pitch and long strips will be(More)
LHCb is one of the experiments of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, dedicated to B-physics and CP-violation measurements. To fully exploit the physics potential, a good tracking performance with high efficiency in a high particle density environment close to the beam pipe is required. Silicon strip detectors with large read-out pitch and long strips will(More)
LHCb is one of the experiments of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, dedicated to B-physics and CP-violation measurements. To fully exploit the physics potential, a good tracking performance with high efficiency in a high particle density environment close to the beam pipe is required. Silicon strip detectors with large read-out pitch and long strips will(More)
The LHCb detector is currently being installed at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN and is foreseen to start operating in 2007. It is designed to perform high-precision measurements of CP violation and rare decays of B hadrons. The Silicon Tracker is part of the LHCb tracking system. It consists of the Trigger Tracker in front of the experiment’s dipole(More)
Two silicon strip detectors, the Trigger Tracker(TT) and the Inner Tracker(IT) will be constructed for the LHCb experiment. Transverse momentum information extracted from the TT will be used in the Level 1 trigger. The IT is part of the main tracking system behind the magnet. Both silicon detectors will be read out using a custom-developed chip by the ASIC(More)
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