|Important stuff for users
- Local support at DESY: For problems at the testbeam, please contact the testbeam coordinators (firstname.lastname@example.org, Webpage or important phone numbers, Hall transport). For using the telescope, please follow the instructions of the user manual. For any questions concerning the telescopes, please send a mail to email@example.com
- Telescope Logbook: For users and telescope support crew concerning routine checks, problems and hopefully solutions. Choose the right testbeam and please don't hesitate to report: https://tblogs.desy.de/ (accessible in the internal DESY/CERN networks)
- EUDAQ: Install and use, develop with us, your own producers or just have a look, how the DAQ software is working. And also meet at face-to-face workshops:
- EUTelescope: Install and use, develop with us or just have a look, how our analysis framework is working.
- BTTB/Community: Present your results to the community at the next BTTB workshop. If you don't want to miss important announcements on the BTTB workshop, please sign up for our e-group: Just go to https://e-groups.cern.ch/e-groups, search for "Beam" and sign up for the "BeamTelescopesandTestBeams-Announcements" list. You will find information and the programme of the last workshops here:
- Reference: If you publish your analysis with a EUDET-type beam telescope, please cite this paper as a reference: Jansen, et al., "Performance of the EUDET-type beam telescopes", EPJ Techn Instrum (2016) 3: 7, DOI
- "6th Test Beams Workshop for 2018", J. Toes, 15/11/2017
- "Take is slow: monitoring at DESY", B. Warmbein, 04/10/2017
- "EUDAQ2: Enhanced data acquisition for test beams", J. Toes, 17/07/2017
- "Calorimeters use telescope for tests" by B. Warmbein, 10/03/2017
- "AIDA-2020 telescope progress" by B. Warmbein, 21/10/2016
- "5th Test Beam Workshop in 2017" by J. Toes, 21/10/2016
- "See you summer students" by B. Warmbein 08/09/2016
- "Probing future detectors" by B. Warmbein, 27/05/2016
- "A user-friendly beam telescope for the ILC - Mission: possible" by P. Royole-Degieux, 16/07/2009
- DESY summerstudents: We also participate in the DESY summerstudent program. The general poster of 2017 shows a familiar picture: File:Poster.pdf.
|Welcome to EUDET-type beam telescopes
Mimosa pixel telescopes originated from a EUDET project before 2010. The telescope was established to enhance the available test-beam infrastructure, which is necessary for detectors research and development in particle physics.
EUDET-type telescopes provide a high-precision beam tracking (~ 2 $\mu$m) and a sufficient event rate (at the DESY testbeam ~ 2 kHz rate) and an easy integration capability of a Device Under Test (DUT). Operated by the EUDAQ framework (generic DAQ framework) and analysed with EUTelescope (generic pixel telescope data analysis framework), EUDET-type telescopes offer the whole infrastructure for detector development from measurements till results.
EUDET-type telescopes at DESY
Driven by the community and the successive European-funded projects AIDA and now AIDA2020, the telescope's hardware components and software frameworks are still developing.
Due to the success in the last years, today, there is a whole family of EUDET-type telescopes:
|| H6B, North hall (SPS), CERN, Switzerland/France
|| the updated original EUDET telescope
|| Bonn, Germany
|| "A Nice Eudet Mimosa bONn tElescope"
|| H6A, North hall (SPS), CERN, Switzerland/France
||"ATLAS Copy Of National Instrument TElescope"
|| TB21, DESY, Germany
||"DESY Advanced Telescope Using Readout Acceleration"
|| ESA, SLAC, USA
|| "The Carleton EUDET Telescope" Ottawa, Canada
|| TB22, DESY, Germany
|| the second telescope at DESY
|| T10, PS, CERN, Switzerland/France
|| "Aida2020 Zero-suppresed Acquisiton Located at the East Area"
| Besides a documentation on the hardware, this wiki should help users to do measurements using EUDET-type telescopes: It is intended to provide all necessary information to get started (user manual including the DUT integration) and to provide help in case of known problems. The information is mainly related to the DATURA and DURANTA telescope which is operated at DESY.
For further assistance and changes to the present information, please ask and inform: firstname.lastname@example.org