[Solid_tof] SoLID TOF requirement
camsonne at jlab.org
Sat Apr 23 10:09:21 EDT 2016
How much charge can one usually get from a MCP PMT and what is typical gain
? We might need to run at lower gain and amplify because of background and
that could reduce also the timing performance. Also what is pulse width for
mRPC and MCP PMTs ? I guess for readout we would need DRS5 or PSEC5 to be
able to deal with pile up and reach 200 KHz trigger rate.
On Apr 23, 2016 9:55 AM, "Mickey Chiu" <chiu at bnl.gov> wrote:
> Hi Zhiwen,
> If your calculations are correct, that is a pretty high rate for mRPCs to
> be able to handle, so I think MCP-PMT’s should be the better option here.
> > On Apr 22, 2016, at 4:16 PM, Zhiwen Zhao <zwzhao at jlab.org> wrote:
> > Dear Junqi and Mickey
> > It's great that you will come to Jlab for the upcoming SoLID meeting!
> > Some info here can be useful when you are thinking about fast TOF(MRPC,
> LAPPD, MACP-PMT .. ) for SoLID
> > MRPC section in SoLID pCDR
> > http://hallaweb.jlab.org/12GeV/SoLID/download/doc/solid_precdr.pdf
> > last few slides of Yi Qiang's talk
> > my slide
> > I think the main question is that if TOF can have good resolution at the
> SoLID high rate environment.
> > See my slide 3 showing rate of particles entering TOF
> > My other slides showing MPRC rate is based on assumption how MRPC
> response to the particles coming.
> > We would need help from TOF group on simulations and experiment test to
> really know this.
> > We can use solid_tof at jlab.org for discussion and I have added you two
> into the list.
> > Thanks and see you at jlab!
> > Zhiwen
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