In September 2008 the SLIM5 collaboration submitted a low material budget silicon demonstrator to test with 12 GeV/c protons, at the PS-T9 test-beam at CERN. Two different detectors were placed as DUTs inside a high-resolution and fast-read out beam telescope. The first DUT was a high resistivity double-sided silicon detector, with short strips (‘‘striplets’’)and with reduced thickness, at 453 angle to the detector’s edge, readout by the data-driven FSSR2 chip. The other one was a 4k-Pixel Matrix of Deep N Well MAPS, developed in a 130 nm CMOS Technology, providing digital sparsified readout. In the following, I present the striplets and also the beam telescope characteristics, with some details about the front end readout (based on the FSSR2 chip)and some preliminary results of the data-analysis.

SLIM5 beam test results for thin striplet detector and fast readout beam telescope

DI SIPIO, RICCARDO;FABBRI, LAURA;GABRIELLI, ALESSANDRO;SBARRA, CARLA;SEMPRINI CESARI, NICOLA;SPIGHI, ROBERTO;VALENTINETTI, SARA;VILLA, MAURO;ZOCCOLI, ANTONIO;
2010

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In September 2008 the SLIM5 collaboration submitted a low material budget silicon demonstrator to test with 12 GeV/c protons, at the PS-T9 test-beam at CERN. Two different detectors were placed as DUTs inside a high-resolution and fast-read out beam telescope. The first DUT was a high resistivity double-sided silicon detector, with short strips (‘‘striplets’’)and with reduced thickness, at 453 angle to the detector’s edge, readout by the data-driven FSSR2 chip. The other one was a 4k-Pixel Matrix of Deep N Well MAPS, developed in a 130 nm CMOS Technology, providing digital sparsified readout. In the following, I present the striplets and also the beam telescope characteristics, with some details about the front end readout (based on the FSSR2 chip)and some preliminary results of the data-analysis.
Lorenzo Vitale; M. Bruschi; R. Di Sipio; L. Fabbri; B. Giacobbe; A. Gabrielli; F. Giorgi; G. Pellegrini; C. Sbarra; N. Semprini Cesari; R. Spighi; S. Valentinetti; M. Villa; A. Zoccoli; C. Avanzini; G. Batignani; S. Bettarini; F. Bosi; G. Calderini; M. Ceccanti; R. Cenci; A. Cervelli; F. Crescioli; M. Dell’Orso; F. Forti; P. Giannetti; M.A. Giorgi; A. Lusiani; S. Gregucci; P. Mammini; G. Marchiori; M. Massa; F. Morsani; N. Neri; E. Paoloni; M. Piendibene; A. Profeti; G. Rizzo; L. Sartori; J. Walsh; E. Yurtsev; M. Manghisoni; Re V.; G. Traversi; C. Andreoli; L. Gaioni; E. Pozzati; L. Ratti; V. Speziali; D. Gamba; G. Giraudo; P. Mereu; G.F. Dalla Betta; G. Soncini; G. Fontana; M. Bomben; L. Bosisio; P. Cristaudo; G. Giacomini; D. Jugovaz; L. Lanceri; I. Rashevskaya; G. Venier
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