Network configuration at BTF

You can connect to the internal BTF network by using a cable labeled with "LAN BTF" and doing the standard DHCP. You will not have connectivity to the outside world.

If you connect to wireless (eduroam or INFN) you can get uplink, but you'll need to check that the computer knows to use the wireless to contact the outside world.

On Mac, you can go to Preferences -> Network and use the option list below the list of interfaces to select the WiFi as highest service priority w.r.t. ethernet.

On linux, this can be done by checking that the default gateway is the one of the wireless and not the one of the internal BTF network.

Mailing list for communication:

Plese subscribe (the list is open) and send all communications to

To subscribe you can simply go via, quick search it (bottom left of the page), and then click on join the group


You can subscribe clicking on the imcp elog presented at this link, you can also activate automatic e-mail notification

Test beam program:

Available MCPs:

Box # MCP # Description
1 84081 GaAs emitter
2 66862 Multialkali emitter
3 74423 Both MCPs with L/d≈90
4 72644 First MCP with L/d≈90, second MCP with L/d≈40
- 66830 MgF2 emitter

See also detailed table.

Daily plan (preliminary):

- 14/5: GaAs emitter - 2 HV scan (with deltaV fixed && with HVmcp fixed) + absorber scan --> done

- 14/5: Double90/40 - 3 HV scan (with deltaV fixed && with HV1 fixed at 2700V && with HV2 fixed ad 2700V) + absorber scan + (optional) 2 HV scan (with HV1 fixed at 2200V && with HV2 fixed ad 2200V)

- 15/5:

Shift List

Analysis code & results


H4 DAQ (btf_may_2015 branch)

H4 GUI (btf_may_2015 branch)

Unpacker + DQM

H4 DQM (btf_may_2015 branch)

Analysis code (branch: BTF_2015)
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