Difference: L0MuonHowToSendSimulatedL0BuffersToTell1 (5 vs. 6)

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META TOPICPARENT name="L0Muon"
-- JeanPierreCachemiche - 27 Sep 2007
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  NB : if you want to use a periodic trigger, pause the run in order to disable the L0-accepts for the next steps.
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Program & configure the L0Muon processor

Program the BCSUs
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Program the L0Muon processor

Configure the BCSUs (load the config (.pof/sof) in the FPGA)
 Launch the TOOLBOX utility available trough PVSS to be able to program the FPGAS of a crate through the ECS.

  • Select the crate by ticking the appropriate crate case at the top of the screen;
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  • At this time the a yellow led is highlighted in front of each board during the whole duration of the programming (approximately 5 minutes);
  • When the programming is over, the yellow led turns to blue for each board : at this time all the processing boards are programmed.
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Configure the BCSUs
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Program the BCSUs (set the BCSU registers for the test)
 Launch the TOOLBOX utility available trough PVSS to be able to program the FPGAS of a crate through the ECS (if not done already).

  • Select the crate by ticking the appropriate crate case at the top of the screen;
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  • At this time the a yellow led is highlighted in front of each board during the execution of the command (a few seconds);
  • When the command execution is finished, the yellow led turns to blue for each board : at this time all the BCSUs emit the pattern described below.
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Configure the controller board
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Program the controller board (set the CU registers for the test)
 Launch the TOOLBOX utility available trough PVSS to be able to program the FPGAS of a crate through the ECS (if not done already).

  • Select the controller board by ticking the appropriate crate case;
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  • Send the command rw 0x2010 0x0D88 (type it manually)
  • Send the command rw 0x2014
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  • Double click on _Send_BC0_reset_at_BC3464
 

Configure the TELL1

Here is an example of an operationnal TELL1 configuration file : RICH1.v21.cfg.EXTtrig
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META FILEATTACHMENT attachment="RICH1.v21.cfg.EXTtrig" attr="h" comment="TELL1 configuration file" date="1193073975" name="RICH1.v21.cfg.EXTtrig" path="RICH1.v21.cfg.EXTtrig" size="21793" stream="RICH1.v21.cfg.EXTtrig" user="Main.JulienCogan" version="1"
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META FILEATTACHMENT attachment="RICH1.v21.cfg.EXTtrig" attr="h" comment="TELL1 configuration file" date="1193386239" name="RICH1.v21.cfg.EXTtrig" path="RICH1.v21.cfg.EXTtrig" size="22171" stream="RICH1.v21.cfg.EXTtrig" user="Main.JulienCogan" version="2"
 
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