Difference: SoDA (r4 vs. r3)

SODA - Synchronisation Of Data Acquisition

This page collects all information on the SODA time distribution system. Its main purpose is to distribute a uniform low jitter clock to all systems part of the readout of the PANDA spectrometer. Furthermore control and status signals are to be transferred by this system.

-- LarsSchmitt - 23 Aug 2012

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daq_soda_20081208.pdfpdfdaq_soda_20081208.pdfmanage 676.5 K 25 Sep 2012 - 12:50IgorKonorov GSI PANDA DAQ WS 2008
daq_soda_20090423.pdfpdfdaq_soda_20090423.pdfmanage 760.7 K 25 Sep 2012 - 12:51IgorKonorov SODA presentation at PANDA DAQ WS in 2009
fee_serial_links_IgorKonorov.pdfpdffee_serial_links_IgorKonorov.pdfmanage 1348.4 K 25 Sep 2012 - 12:52IgorKonorov SODA presentation at DAQ WS in 2010
nssmic_pdf_2009.pdfpdfnssmic_pdf_2009.pdfmanage 2343.2 K 25 Sep 2012 - 12:46IgorKonorovIEEE SODA pubication publication
soda_20110216.pdfpdfsoda_20110216.pdfmanage 165.2 K 25 Sep 2012 - 12:54IgorKonorov SODA Data packet format
soda_20120911.pdfpdfsoda_20120911.pdfmanage 123.5 K 25 Sep 2012 - 12:55IgorKonorov Presentation prepared for PANDA CM in 09.2012

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