Development of Belle-II TOP detector and its MCP-PMT
February 06, 2017
April 19, 2017
We have developed a Cherenkov ring-imaging detector as a barrel particle
identification device, named TOP, for the Belle II experiment.
We have successfully produced the detector modules, which consists of the 2.7m
long quartz radiators, MCP-PMTs and readout electronics, by developing many
tools and method. Along with the construction, we also have developed the
life-extended MCP-PMT with the Hamamatsu photonics, to keep the performance
for long period even under higher background environment than the expected
rate at SuperKEKB.
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