The ATLAS beam conditions monitor

  title={The ATLAS beam conditions monitor},
  author={M. Mikuz and V.. Cindro and Igor Dolenc and Henrique Kagan and Gregor Kramberger and H. Frais-Kolbl and A.. Gorisek and E. Griesmayer and Ivica Mandic and Heinz Pernegger and William Trischuk and Peter Weilhammer and M. Zavrtanik},
  journal={IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record, 2005},
The ATLAS beam conditions monitor is being developed as a stand-alone device allowing to separate LHC collisions from background events induced either on beam gas or by beam accidents, for example scraping at the collimators upstream the spectrometer. This separation can be achieved by timing coincidences between two stations placed symmetric around the interaction point. The 25 ns repetition of collisions poses very stringent requirements on the timing resolution. The optimum separation… CONTINUE READING
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