TWEPP 2019


CaRIBOu A versatile data acquisition system based on programmable hardware

  • Speaker: Tomas Vanat
  • Status: accepted as poster
  • Abstract: CaRIBOu is a flexible data acquisition system for prototyping silicon pixel detectors. The core of the system consists of the Control and Readout (CaR) board, a versatile module providing the hardware environment for various target ASICs, including powering and slow-control infrastructure and high-speed full-duplex GTx links up to 12.5 Gbps. The CaR board connects to a Zynq system-on-chip board, which runs a fully featured Yocto-based Linux and a data acquisition framework (Peary). Using the CaRIBOu system significantly reduces the time required to test and debug detector prototypes by providing ready-to-use peripheries and re-useable software interfaces for a variety of detectors.

CLICTD: A monolithic HR-CMOS sensor chip for the CLIC silicon tracker

  • Speaker: Iraklis Kremastiotis
  • Status: accepted as oral presentation
  • Abstract: The CLIC Tracker Detector (CLICTD) is a monolithic pixelated sensor chip produced in a 180nm HR-CMOS Imaging Process. The chip, designed in the context of the CLIC tracking detector study, comprises a matrix of 16 128 detector channels, each measuring 300 30μm 2 . To ensure prompt charge collection, each channel is segmented in eight collection diodes, each containing a separate analog front-end. A simultaneous time and energy measurement is performed in the on-channel digital logic. Simulations show a minimum detectable charge of 93e − for 210mW/cm 2 (continuous operation). The main design aspects, as well as the first results from laboratory measurements are presented.

-- EricaBrondolin - 2019-05-10

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