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Electronics for Fast Timing

  title={Electronics for Fast Timing},
  author={Davide Braga and Gabriella Carini and G. W. Deptuch and Angelo Dragone and Farah Fahim and K. T. Flood and G.Giacomini and David Gorni and Richard Lipton and Bojan Markovic and Simone Michele Mazza and Santosh Miryala and P.Rubinov and G. Saffier-Ewing and H.F-W. Sadrozinski and Ariel Schwartzman and Abraham Seiden and Quan Sun and Tom Zimmerman},
Picosecond-level timing will be an important component of the next generation of particle physics detectors. The ability to add a 4 th dimension to our measurements will help address the increasing complexity of events at hadron colliders and provide new tools for precise tracking and calorimetry for all experiments. Detectors are described in detail on other whitepapers. In this note, we address challenges in electronics design for the new generations of fast timing detectors. Submitted to the… 
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