High Speed I/O (HSIO)

The HSIO board is a generic DAQ board with a large number of modern input/output signal types and central processing control with a Vertex-4 FPGA. It was initially designed for and has been in use extensively at the Linac Coherent Light Source facility at SLAC. Its generic capability has found applications in various silicon tracking upgrade projects in ATLAS. Variety of documentations can be found at Dave Nelson's HSIO page, in particular the main document of HSIO Development Platform Users Guide (version C02).

Hardware Status

A batch of 27 HSIO boards were manufactured during May-Aug/2010 following the demands of silicon strip and pixel upgrade community. This production is with the C02 version of the design with Vertex-4 FPGAs. The serial number for this design is PC-248-100-11-C02. The board status is summarized in the table below.

SLAC ID Location Owner Hardware features Test status
18019812 SLAC Dave Nelson   OK
18019813 SLAC     OK
18019814 SLAC Bart Hommel FPGA=FX100 Test incomplete

-- SuDong - 21-Aug-2010

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