Particle Spectroscopy of Supersymmetric SO(10) with Nonuniversal Gaugino Masses
We examine the low scale particle spectroscopy of an SO(10) [or equivalently SU(5)] inspired supersymmetric model with nonuniversal gaugino masses. The model assumes minimal supergravity and contains the same number of fundamental parameters as the constrained minimal supersymmetric standard model. Realistic solutions compatible with dark matter and other applicable experimental constraints are shown to exist for both positive and negative signs of the minimal supersymmetric standard model parameter μ. We present several benchmark points which will be tested at the LHC and by the ongoing direct and indirect dark matter detection experiments.