These are the wiki pages for the Digital and the analog Gammasphere Data Acquisition systems (GS DAQs). Procedures for running the DAQs and the data format will be documented here.
The GS DAQ serves the Gammasphere detector array (http://www.phy.anl.gov/gammasphere/), located at the ATLAS accelerator (http://www.phy.anl.gov/atlas), home of the CAlifornium Rare Isotope Breeder Upgrade (CARIBU http://www.phy.anl.gov/atlas/caribu/).
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The intro section contains an interactive block diagram of the DGS system prior to the 2021 Upgrade Project.
This section outlines the hardware of Gammasphere including detectors and signal processing electronics. There is an interactive picture that is linked to detailed explanations of each detector after the 2021 Upgrade Project. It also contains details of the Liquid Nitrogen (LN) fill system.
On-Site Experts Only
Digitizer hardware features you probably don't know about
- The digitizer has a DAC output.
- The digitizer has a buffer amplifier that drives a copy of the analog signal going into channel 9 to outputs on the front panel. This is a simple analog buffer, no shaping, sampling or anything else.
Mike Carpenter, mailto:[email protected]
John Anderson, mailto:[email protected]
Michael Oberling, mailto:[email protected]
Torben Lauritsen, mailto:[email protected]
Darek Seweryniak, mailto:[email protected]
Pat Copp, mailto:[email protected]
Amel Korichi, mailto:[email protected]
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