Tests of the CBM Rich readout and Daq prototype

@inproceedings{AdamczewskiMusch2017TestsOT,
  title={Tests of the CBM Rich readout and Daq prototype},
  author={J{\"o}rn Adamczewski-Musch and P. G. Akishin and Kurt H. Becker and S. G. Belogurov and J. Bendarouach and N. I. Boldyreva and Christel Deveaux and V. Dobyrn and Martin D{\"u}rr and Juergen Eschke and Johannes Foertsch and John Heep and Christian H{\"o}hne and K. H. Kampert and A. V. Khanzadeev and Leonid Kochenda and Jill Kopfer and P. V. Kravtsov and I. V. Kres and Sergei Alekseevich Lebedev and Ekaterina I. Lebedeva and Eugenia Leonova and Sergei Linev and Tahany Mahmoud and Julian Michel and William S. Niebur and E. V. Ovcharenko and Vidya Patel and Clement Pauly and Dan Pfeifer and Sven Querchfeld and Jeffrey M. Rautenberg and Sascha Reinecke and Yu. G. Riabov and E. V. Roshchin and Vitaly Samsonov and Vitaliy Nikolaevich Schetinin and O. P. Tarasenkova and Michael Traxler and Cahit Ugur and Marat Vznuzdaev},
  year={2017}
}
The CBM RICH detector is an integral component of the future CBM experiment at FAIR, providing efficient electron identification and pion suppression necessary for the measurement of rare dileptonic probes in heavy ion collisions. An overview of the CBM RICH readout and DAQ system prototype is given, consisting of the PADIWA preamplifier-discriminator board, the TDC-HUB board TRBv3, and DAQ and analysis code in the CbmRoot framework. The laboratory setup built for studying the timing… CONTINUE READING

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