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The optical module of Baikal-GVD

Avrorin, A.D. (Moscow, INR) ; Avrorin, A.V. (Moscow, INR) ; Aynutdinov, V.M. (Moscow, INR) ; Bannash, R. (BESSY, Berlin) ; Belolaptikov, I.A. (Dubna, JINR) ; Bogorodsky, D.Yu. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Brudanin, V.B. (Dubna, JINR) ; Budnev, N.M. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Danilchenko, I.A. (Moscow, INR) ; Domogatsky, G.V. (Moscow, INR) ; Doroshenko, A.A. (Moscow, INR) ; Dyachok, A.N. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Dzhilkibaev, Zh.A.M. (Moscow, INR) ; Fialkovsky, S.V. (Nizhnii Novgorod State Tech. U.) ; Gafarov, A.R. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Gaponenko, O.N. (Moscow, INR) ; Golubkov, K.V. (Moscow, INR) ; Gress, T.I. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Honz, Z. (Dubna, JINR) ; Kebkal, K.G. (BESSY, Berlin) ; Kebkal, O.G. (BESSY, Berlin) ; Konischev, K.V. (Dubna, JINR) ; Korobchenko, A.V. (Dubna, JINR) ; Koshechkin, A.P. (Moscow, INR) ; Koshel, F.K. (Moscow, INR) ; Kozhin, A.V. (SINP, Moscow) ; Kulepov, V.F. (Nizhnii Novgorod State Tech. U.) ; Kuleshov, D.A. (Moscow, INR) ; Ljashuk, V.I. (Moscow, INR) ; Milenin, M.B. (Nizhnii Novgorod State Tech. U.) ; Mirgazov, R.A. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Osipova, E.R. (SINP, Moscow) ; Panfilov, A.I. (Moscow, INR) ; Pan'kov, L.V. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Pliskovsky, E.N. (Dubna, JINR) ; Rozanov, M.I. (St. Petersburg, Marine Tech U.) ; Rjabov, E.V. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Shaybonov, B.A. (Dubna, JINR) ; Sheifler, A.A. (Moscow, INR) ; Shelepov, M.D. (Moscow, INR) ; Skurihin, A.V. (SINP, Moscow) ; Smagina, A.A. (Dubna, JINR) ; Suvorova, O.V. (Moscow, INR) ; Tabolenko, V.A. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Tarashansky, B.A. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Yakovlev, S.A. (BESSY, Berlin) ; Zagorodnikov, A.V. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Zhukov, V.A. (Moscow, INR) ; Zurbanov, V.L. (Irkutsk State U.)

Published in: EPJ Web Conf.
Year: 2016
Vol.: 116
Page No: 01003
Pages: 5
Year: 2016-04-11 published

Abstract: The Baikal-GVD neutrino telescope in Lake Baikal is intended for studying astrophysical neutrino fluxes by recording the Cherenkov radiation of the secondary muons and showers generated in neutrino interactions. The first stage of Baikal-GVD will be equipped with about 2300 optical modules. We describe the design of the optical module, the front-end electronics and the laboratory characterization and calibration before deployment.

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DOI: 10.1051/epjconf/201611601003
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