The show case experiment developed at the University of Geneva for the measurements of cosmic muons is using a 1m plastic scintillator bar that is coupled on both ends to SiPM detectors. The measured signal can be visualized using an oscilloscope. To separate the signal of cosmic ray muons from detector noise signals the detectors are read out in coincidence mode. Then the rate of cosmic ray muons can be measured, and also the muon rate as a function of the inclination can be studied.

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