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Large surface micromegas with embedded front-end electronics for a digital hadronic calorimeter

Abstract : In order to study the advantages of a digital hadronic calorimeter for particle flow algorithms, we aim to build a detector prototype with MicroMegas chambers. The bulk technology was chosen for its robustness and the possibility of industrial manufacturing process for mass production. First tests of 1 cm2 granularity MicroMegas with analog readout are very promising. Larger chambers with embedded digital front-end electronics together with detector interface readout boards are being designed. The challenge also lies in the mechanical design of a 1 m2 chamber with a total thickness of 6 mm.
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C. Adloff, A. Espargilière, Y. Karyotakis. Large surface micromegas with embedded front-end electronics for a digital hadronic calorimeter. 2008 Nuclear Science Symposium, Medical Imaging Conference and 16th Room Temperature Semiconductor Detector Workshop, Oct 2008, Dresden, Germany. pp.1433-1435, ⟨10.1109/NSSMIC.2008.4774684⟩. ⟨in2p3-00363907⟩

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