Electronics anf Front-end electronics
- Tommaso Marchi (KU Leuven)
18. The low-noise low-power multi-channel ASIC preamplifier of TRACE: design, results and perspectives
Stefano Capra (MI)
1/26/17, 2:15 PM
In this talk the new ASIC preamplifier of TRACE is presented. The discussed topics will include the design philosophy, the experimental results and the foreseen perspectives. The first prototype realized in the end of 2014 has been extensively characterized, both with a pulser on the test-bench and with a detector prototype and an alpha source. With an overall power consumption of 12mW /...
Mr Pietro Ottanelli (FI)
1/26/17, 2:45 PM
The digitization of the signals coming from nuclear detectors signals is becoming widespread. In many applications, the digitized signal is also used for the identification of the detected nuclear fragments from pulse-shape related parameters (Pulse Shape Discrimination). In large detector arrays, the data throughput and calculation power required when the full waveforms are transferred to a...
Dr Simone Valdré (GANIL)
1/26/17, 3:15 PM
FAZIA is a modern apparatus based on Si-Si-CsI(Tl) telescopes designed to have excellent particle identification capabilities with relatively low energy thresholds and high efficiency. To achieve the desired goals, besides the use of carefully designed and selected detectors, a state-of-the-art digitizing front-end electronics is mandatory. Compact and integrated front-end cards are used to...