6m Tagger Homepage

Intro

The 6m Tagger is a small scintillating fiber / tungsten calorimeter located close to the beamline at z=-5.37m. Its prime purpose is to tag quasi-real electrons from photoproduction events and to assist the acceptance determination for the lumi system. Currently, the tagger has received a lot of attention because of its role in the measurement of FL and the total photoproduction cross section. On these pages we will give, in the future, an overview on the hardware and useage of the tagger, and on related information.
This and that ...


Hardware

(to come)
Presentations

... in the lumi meeting ...

... in the trigger meeting ...

... in the Fl meeting ...

... in other meetings ...


12 December 2006, TSS