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Operation of the Central Trigger During Run-I

  • Ruth PöttgenEmail author
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Abstract

As described in Sect.  7.6.3, the Central Trigger receives the timing signals from the LHC and is responsible for their distribution through the experiment. Any shift, glitch or misalignment of the timing signals will lead to a loss of data, since for example the event fragments cannot be assembled correctly anymore. In this sense, the CTP constitutes a single point of failure, and a detailed monitoring of the timing signals is essential for an effective data taking and good quality data.

Keywords

Orbit Signal Orbit Monitoring Separate Band Switch Matrix Muon Trigger 
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References

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    Soloviev I (2002) OKS documentation (User’s guide, tools manual, reference manual). Tech. rep. ATLAS DAQ/EF P-1 Technical Note 33. Geneva: CERN. http://atlas-onlsw.web.cern.ch/Atlas-onlsw/components/configdb/docs/oks-ug/2.0/pdf/OksDocumentation.pdf
  2. 2.
    CoCa files for dataset L1CT. https://atlasdaq.cern.ch/info/mda/coca/L1CT. Accessed: Sept 2014

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© Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.FysikumStockholms Universitet (SU)StockholmSweden

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