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Dear Matt,

do I understand correctly that for entire 150 ns the readout from all 
SVT strips will be saved in an event?

Why do you write 6*25 ns? Are they read sequentially layer-by-layer? 
Then for a single layer pile-up time would be 25 ns.

Unfortunately I do care about beam background, since it affects the 
resolution (also I have no idea how much, may be it is negligible).

Regards,
           Mikhail.


On 10/03/2014 05:28 PM, Graham, Mathew Thomas wrote:
> cale, the SVT readout window is 6*25ns = 150ns, with a shaping time of ~50ns (for the test runwell probably crank it down to ~35ns for the full run).  So, yes you need a lot of bunches around the main event if you want to realistically simulate things.  As mentioned, if you dont care about the beam background effects there is a different


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