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Design and Test of a High-Speed Flash ADC Mezzanine Card for High-Resolution and Timing Performance in Nuclear Structure Experiments

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27 Author(s)
Egea, F.J. ; Inst. de Fis. Corpuscular (UV), Univ. Valencia, Valencia, Spain ; Sanchis, E. ; Gonzalez, V. ; Gadea, A.
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This work describes new electronics for the EXOGAM2 (HP-Ge detector array) and NEDA (BC501A-based neutron detector array). A new digitizing card with high resolution has been designed for gamma-ray and neutron spectroscopy experiments. The higher bandwidth requirement of the NEDA signals, together with the necessity for accuracy, require a high sampling rate in order to preserve the shape for real-time Pulse Shape Analysis (PSA). The PSA is of paramount importance for the NEDA to discriminate between neutrons and -ray signals. Both high resolution and high speed parameters are often difficult to achieve in a single electronic unit. These constraints, together with the need to build new digitizing electronics to improve performance and flexibility of signal analysis in nuclear physics experiments, led to the development a new FADC mezzanine card. In this work, the design and development are described, including the characterization procedure and the preliminary measurement results.

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Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:60 ,  Issue: 5 )

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Oct. 2013

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