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 Figure2.1 Discovery regions for SUSY Higgs signotures in the plane for the CMS detector, using one-loop calculations for masses and coupling and detector sensitivities as established in the CMS Technical Proposal. Figure2.2 Discovery contours for squarcs-gluino search in the frame of mSUGRA parameter space for +jets + lepton(s) final states with an integrated luminosity of $105pb-1$. Figure3.1 Barrel, HB, and endcap, HE, central hadron calorimeter system. Figure3.2 Perspective view of the endcap hadron calorimeter. Figure3.3 The relative change of the light yield of the hadron calorimeter vs. magnetic field with transverse (a) and longitudinal (b) orientation. Figure3.4 Energy resolution of the endcap hadron calorimeter for 8 cm sampling. Figure3.5 Full scale prototype of the endcap hadron calorimeter sector. Figure3.6 Organization of the RDMS CMS endcap HCAL efforts. Figure3.7 Energy resolution for pions and electrons measured for the prototype of CMS quartz fiber forward calorimeter. Figure3.8 Expected energy resolution of CMS very forward calorimeter for hadron jets. Circles - for longitudinal non-segmented calorimeter, triangles - for longitudinal segmented calorimeter. Figure4.1 Dinamic of growth the yield of PWO crystals. Figure4.2 The energy resolution at 120 GeV measured using PWO matrix. The monitoring system has been used to correct the variations of crystal transparency. Figure4.3 Layout and results of test at Protvino of the 160 channels PWO calorimeter. Figure4.4 RDMS group participation in the final stage of PWO technology development in 1996 - 97. Figure4.5 Energy resolution of the electromagnetic calorimeter. Figure4.6 Topology of the 32-strips silicon detector. Figure5.1 The precision of the muon track reconstruction by single CSC layer in magnetic field. Figure5.2 CSC muon detection time spectra from one layer (a) and six layers (b). Figure5.3 Muon track reconstruction efficiency vs. energy of muon. Figure5.4 Efficiency of the muon coordinate reconstrution with trigger channel vs. uncorrelated background rate. Figure5.5 Full scale prototype P3. Figure5.6 Figure5.7 Topology of the 16-channels charge sensitive preamplifier - shaper. The die dimensions (5.2 x 4.6) mm. Figure6.1 Rate capability of the MSGC with AIN coating. Figure6.2 Uniformity of gain in the first detector for the milestone prototype. Figure6.3 Decay of the Standard Model Higgs into 4 muons. All tracks with are reconstructed. Back