Ageing Studies on the First Resistive-MicroMeGaS Quadruplet at GIF++ Preliminary Results
2 University of Pavia (IT)
3 Bayerische Julius Max. Universitaet Würzburg (DE)
4 Johannes-Gutenberg-Universitaet Mainz (DE)
5 University of Salento (IT)
6 INFN (IT)
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Published online: 21 February 2018
A resistive-MicroMeGaS quadruplet built at CERN has been installed at the new CERN Gamma Irradiation Facility (GIF++) with the aim of carrying out a long-term ageing study. Two smaller resistive bulk-MicroMeGaS produced at the CERN PCB workshop have also been installed at GIF++ in order to provide a comparison of the ageing behavior with the MicroMeGaS quadruplet. We give an overview of the ongoing tests at GIF++ in terms of particle rate, integrated charge and spatial resolution of the MicroMeGaS detectors.
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