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The GRT4 VME pulse processing card for segmented germanium detectors

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14 Author(s)
I. H. Lazarus ; Daresbury Lab., Council for the Central Lab. of the Res. Councils, Warrington, UK ; D. E. Appelbe ; A. J. Boston ; P. J. Coleman-Smith
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A four-channel VERSAmodule Eurocard (VME) with 14 bit, 80 MHz digitizers and powerful on-board processing has been designed, built, and used in tests of digital pulse processing techniques for gamma-ray tracking. This paper explains the background, describes the VME card (known as the GRT4) and presents a 64-channel GRT4 digitizing system which was used to instrument two segmented Germanium detectors during in-beam tests. Results obtained using the GRT4 card are presented as well as some applications.

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IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science  (Volume:51 ,  Issue: 4 )