Towards a two-dimensional readout of the improved CMS Resistive Plate Chamber with a new front-end electronics

@article{Meola2020TowardsAT,
  title={Towards a two-dimensional readout of the improved CMS Resistive Plate Chamber with a new front-end electronics},
  author={Sabino Meola and Amrutha Samalan and Michael Tytgat and Nicolas Zaganidis and Gilvan Alves and F. Marujo and F. Torres Da Silva De Araujo and Eliza Melo Da Costa and D. De Jesus Damiao and Helio Nogima and Alberto F. S. Santoro and S. Fonseca De Souza and Aleksandar Aleksandrov and Roumyana Mileva Hadjiiska and Plamen Iaydjiev and Mircho Rodozov and Mariana Shopova and Georgi Sultanov and Miroslav Bonchev and Anton Dimitrov and Leander Litov and Borislav Pavlov and Peicho Petkov and Anton Petrov and S. J. Qian and Pengcheng Cao and Hanjun Kou and Z. X. Liu and J. H. Song and J. Zhao and C. Bernal and Andr{\'e}s Cabrera and Jorge F. Fraga and A. Sarkar and S. Elsayed and Yasser Assran and M. El Sawy and Mohammed Attia Mahmoud and Y. Mohammed and Christophe Combaret and Maxime Gouzevitch and G{\'e}rald Grenier and I. B. Laktineh and Laurent Mirabito and Konstantin Shchablo and Iuri Bagaturia and David Lomidze and Irakli Lomidze and V. Bhatnagar and R. Gupta and Priyanka Kumari and J. B. Singh and V. Amoozegar and Behzad Boghrati and Mohsen Ebraimi and Rojina Ghasemi and Mojtaba Mohammadi Najafabadi and Elham Zareian and Marcello Abbrescia and Reham Aly and Walaa Elmetenawee and N. De Filippis and Andrea Gelmi and Giuseppe Iaselli and S. Leszki and F. Loddo and Ilirjan Margjeka and Giuseppe Pugliese and D. Ramos and Luigi Benussi and Stefano Bianco and Davide Piccolo and Salvatore Buontempo and A. Di Crescenzo and Francesco Fienga and Giovanni De Lellis and Luca Lista and Pier Stanislao Paolucci and Alessandro Braghieri and Paola Salvini and Paolo Montagna and Cristina Riccardi and Paolo Vitulo and Brieuc Francois and T.J. Kim and J. H. Park and S.-Y. Choi and B. Hong and K.S. Lee and Junghwan Goh and H. Lee and Jan Eysermans and Cecilia Uribe Estrada and Isabel F. Pedraza and Heriberto Castilla-Valdez and A. Sanchez-Hernandez and C. A. Mondragon Herrera and D. A. Perez Navarro and G.A. Ayala Sanchez and Salvador Carrillo and E. Vazquez and Amr Radi and A. Ahmad and I. Asghar and Hafeez R. Hoorani and S. Muhammad and Mehar Ali Shah and I. Crotty},
  journal={Journal of Instrumentation},
  year={2020},
  volume={16}
}
As part of the Compact Muon Solenoid experiment Phase-II upgrade program, new resistive plate chambers will be installed in the region at low angle with respect to the beam collision axis, in order to improve the detection of muons with a low transverse momentum. High background conditions are expected in this region during the high-luminosity phase of the Large Hadron Collider, therefore an improved-RPC design has been proposed with a new front-end electronics to sustain a higher particle rate… 

Upgrade of the CMS resistive plate chambers for the high luminosity LHC

During the upcoming High Luminosity phase of the Large Hadron Collider (HL-LHC), the integrated luminosity of the accelerator will increase to 3000 fb−1. The expected experimental conditions in that

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