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Design and performance of the readout electronics chain of the Delphi forward ring imaging Cherenkov detector
By: Loukas, D.; Kostarakis, P.; Isenhower, D.; Hallgren, A.; Formenti, F.; McCulloch, L.; Xyroutsikos, S.; De la Vega, A.S.; Dam, P.; Tarle, J.C.; Nielsen, B.S.;
1991 / IEEE / 0-7803-0513-2
This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Design and performance of the readout electronics chain of the Delphi forward ring imaging Cherenkov detector ' The front-end readout electronics chain of the forward ring imaging Cherenkov (FRICH) detector used at the Delphi experiment of the Large Electron-Positron collider (LEP) is presented. The system incorporates a wideband low-noise preamplifier, mounted in the proximity of the multiwire proportional chamber, an amplifying discriminating-multiplexing FASTBUS unit for further signal amplification, discrimination, and channel reduction, and a LEP time digitizer FASTBUS unit for time digitization. The authors give a general view of the detector and its electronics with particular emphasis on the novel characteristics and capabilities of the system.<
Large Electron-positron Collider
Wideband Low-noise Preamplifier
Multiwire Proportional Chamber
Amplifying Discriminating-multiplexing Fastbus Unit
Delphi Forward Ring Imaging Cherenkov Detector
Lep Time Digitizer
Readout Electronics Chain