The ATLAS jet trigger is instrumental in selecting events both for Standard Model measurements and Beyond the Standard Model physics searches. Non-standard triggering strategies, such as saving only a small fraction of trigger objects for each event, avoids bandwidth limitations and increases sensitivity to low-mass and low-momentum objects. These events are used by Trigger Level Analyses, which can reach regions of parameter space that would otherwise be inaccessible. To this end, the calibration of trigger-level jets is imperative both to ensure good trigger performance across the ATLAS physics programme and to provide well-measured jets for Trigger Level Analysis. This contribution presents an introduction to the ATLAS jet trigger for Run-3 of the LHC and discusses the performance of the trigger jet calibration. These studies will allow us to commission a Run-3 trigger jet calibration that provides excellent performance across a broad jet transverse momentum range as low as 25 GeV.
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