Picosecond timing planes for future collider detectors

@article{Gorham2022PicosecondTP,
  title={Picosecond timing planes for future collider detectors},
  author={P. W. Gorham and C. Campos and C. Hast and Keith Jobe and Christian Miki and Liem Nguyen and Manuel Olmedo and Remy L. Prechelt and C. Sonoda and G. S. Varner},
  journal={Physical Review Accelerators and Beams},
  year={2022}
}
We report experimental test-beam results on dielectric-loaded waveguide detectors that utilize microwave Cherenkov signals to time and characterize high energy particle showers. These results are used to validate models and produce high-fidelity simulations of timing plane systems which yield picosecond time tags and millimeter spatial coordinates for the shower centroid. These timing planes, based on the Askaryan effect in solid dielectrics, are most effective at the high center-of-momentum… 

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