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ApprovedPlotsTileUpgrades

Introduction

This page lists the public plots, figures and schematics illustrating the detector upgrade.

Upgrades

TMDB electronic noise channel map acquired during the pedestal run 304457 of 2016. RMS of noise distribution converted to MeV is shown on the plot. Fourteen channels have problems (2.7%) white color. Global noise RMS average is better than the estimation of 2013 (140 MeV): Side A (EBA) - 105.5 MeV, Side C (EBC) - 105.3 MeV.

Contacts: andrey.ryzhov@SPAMNOTcern.ch and dayane.oliveira.goncalves@SPAMNOTcern.ch
Reference: ATL-COM-TILECAL-2016-033
Date: 19th September 2016

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The analog pulses from the PMTs undergo conditioning and digitization in the first stage of the electronics, and transferred to the Daughter board at 40 MHz. The digital data are formatted and transmitted to the super Read-Out Drivers (sROD) through parallel fiber optic links using the GBT protocol. The sROD stores the digital data in pipelines and in parallel computes and transmits digital sums to the Calorimeter Trigger System. Upon the reception of the L1 accept signal, the digital signal are processed and transferred to the Read-Out Buffer (ROB).
Contact: Carlos.Solans@cern.ch and Alberto.Valero@cern.ch
Reference: ATLAS Tile weekly operations meting (06/12/12) ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2012-013
Date: 10th January 2013
Cartoon of the Tile read-out upgrade electronics
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The TileCal demonstrator hybrid read-out will combine a fully functional Phase-II read-out system with the analog trigger signals of the present system. The analog pulses from the PMTs undergo conditioning and amplification in the new version of the 3-in-1 card in two gains (high and low) with a ratio of 1:64. Low gain signals are summed in groups by adder cards and transmitted to the L1 Calorimeter system (dashed lines). The analog signals are digitized in the Main board at 40 MHz and transferred to the Daughter board which formats and transfers the data to the sROD through parallel fiber optic links using the GBT protocol. The sROD stores the digital data in pipelines and in parallel computes and transmits digital sums to the L1 Calorimeter System. Upon the reception of the L1 accept signal, the digital signal are processed and transferred to the Read-Out Buffer (ROB).
Contact: Carlos.Solans@cern.ch and Alberto.Valero@cern.ch
Reference: ATLAS Tile weekly operations meting (06/12/12) ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2012-013
Date: 10th January 2013
Cartoon of the Tile read-out demonstrator electronics
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The front-end electronics is divided in four identical Main Boards reading 12 PMTs each. The analog signals received from the PMTs are conditioned, digitized and transferred to the Daughter board which formats and transmits the digital data to the sROD though parallel fiber optic links. The sROD provides digital trigger information to the L0 Calorimeter Trigger.
Contact: Carlos.Solans@cern.ch and Alberto.Valero@cern.ch
Reference: ATLAS Tile weekly operations meting (06/12/12) ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2012-013
Date: 10th January 2013
Cartoon of the Tile read-out demonstrator electronics
pdf
The TileCal demonstrator hybrid read-out will combine a fully functional Phase-II read-out system with the analog trigger signals of the present system. The front-end electronics is divided in four identical Main Boards reading 12 PMTs each. The analog signals received from the PMTs are conditioned, digitized and transferred to the Daughter board which formats and transmits the digital data to the sROD though parallel fiber optic links. The analog signals from the PMTs are summed and transmitted to the L1 Calorimeter Trigger.
Contact: Carlos.Solans@cern.ch and Alberto.Valero@cern.ch
Reference: ATLAS Tile weekly operations meting (06/12/12) ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2012-013
Date: 10th January 2013
Cartoon of the Tile read-out demonstrator electronics
pdf
A Cesium scan peak using the Demonstrator Drawer of the Phase II Upgrade. The integrator response is shown over a period of 4 seconds for Extended Barrel Cell D-6, which contains 75 tiles. The Phase II Electronics return a 16-bit value, which has been scaled down to the currently used 12-bit value for interfacing with the current software. This data was recorded at CERN using a full Superdrawer inserted into an EBA module, using the Tile Preprocessor emulator, CANBus Interface, and the usual Cesium scan software.
Contact: Jeff.Dandoy@cern.ch and Oleg.Solovyanov@cern.ch
Reference: TileCal Operation and Maintenance Weekly Meeting (06/08/15) ATL-COM-TILECAL-2015-053
Date: 11th August 2015
Cesium Scan with Phase II Upgrade Electronics
A LASER pulse recorded using the Demonstrator Drawer of the Phase II Upgrade. The Low Gain channel is seen responding to a LASER pulse in the hundreds of GeVs. This data was recorded at CERN using a full Superdrawer inserted into an EBA module, using the Tile Preprocessor Emulator and Tile Preprocessor Interface.
Contact: Jeff.Dandoy@cern.ch and Giulio.Usai@cern.ch
Reference: TileCal Operation and Maintenance Weekly Meeting (06/08/15) ATL-COM-TILECAL-2015-053
Date: 11th August 2015
Laser Pulse with Phase II Upgrade Electronics
A Charge Injection Scan using the Demonstrator Drawer of the Phase II Upgrade. Each charge injection step is sampled 50 times and the average is plotted for that step. This data was recorded at The University of Chicago using a single Mindrawer with a Tile Preprocessor Emulator.
Contact: Jeff.Dandoy@cern.ch
Reference: TileCal Operation and Maintenance Weekly Meeting (06/08/15) ATL-COM-TILECAL-2015-053
Date: 11th August 2015
Charge Injection Scan with Phase II Upgrade Electronics
The RMS of a Charge Injection Scan using the Demonstrator Drawer of the Phase II Upgrade. Each charge injection step is sampled 50 times and the RMS of these 50 samples is plotted for each step. This data was recorded at The University of Chicago using a single Mindrawer with a Tile Preprocessor Emulator.
Contact: Jeff.Dandoy@cern.ch
Reference: TileCal Operation and Maintenance Weekly Meeting (06/08/15) ATL-COM-TILECAL-2015-053
Date: 11th August 2015
RMS of Charge Injection Scan with Phase II Upgrade Electronics


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