Energy and flavor discrimination using precision time structure in on-axis neutrino beams

@article{Angelico2019EnergyAF,
  title={Energy and flavor discrimination using precision time structure in on-axis neutrino beams},
  author={Evan Angelico and Jonathan Eisch and A Elagin and H J Frisch and Sergei Nagaitsev and Matthew J. Wetstein},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2019}
}
We propose to use a higher-frequency RF bunch structure for the primary proton beam on target and precision timing to select different energy and flavor spectra from a wide-band neutrino beam, based on the relative arrival times of the neutrinos with respect to the RF bunch structure. This `stroboscopic' approach is complementary to techniques that select different neutrino energy spectra based on the angle with respect to the beam axis. A timing-based approach allows for the selection of… 

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