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A new front-end high-resolution sampling board for the new-generation electronics of EXOGAM2 and NEDA detectors

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  • F. J. Egea Canet
  • V. Gonzalez
  • M. Tripon
  • M. Jastrzab
  • A. Triossi
  • A. Gadea
  • G. De France
  • J. J. Valiente-Dobon
  • D. Barrientos
  • E. Sanchis
  • A. Boujrad
  • C. Houarner
  • M. Blaizot
  • P. Bourgault
  • G. De Angelis
  • M. N. Erduran
  • S. Erturk
  • T. Huyuk
  • G. Jaworski
  • X. L. Luo
  • V. Modamio
  • M. Moszynski
  • A. Di Nitto
  • J. Nyberg
  • P. A. Soderstrom
  • M. Palacz


Publication details

JournalIEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science
DatePublished - 2 Jun 2015
Issue number3
Number of pages7
Pages (from-to)1056-1062
Original languageEnglish


This paper presents the final design and results of the FADC Mezzanine for the EXOGAM (EXOtic GAMma array spectrometer) and NEDA (Neutron Detector Array) detectors. The measurements performed include those of studying the effective number of bits, the energy resolution using HP-Ge detectors, as well as timing histograms and n/γ discrimination performance. Finally, the conclusion shows how a common digitizing device has been integrated in the experimental environment of two very different detectors which combine both low-noise acquisition and fast sampling rates. Not only the integration fulfilled the expected specifications on both systems, but it also showed how a study of synergy between detectors could lead to the reduction of resources and time by applying a common strategy.

    Research areas

  • Acquisition in HP-Ge detectors, high-speed ADCs, Low-noise electronics design

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