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2020 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference (NSS/MIC)

All areas of ionizing radiation detection - detectors, signal processing, analysis of results, PET development, PET results, medical imaging using ionizing radiation


2019 IEEE 28th Symposium on Fusion Engineering (SOFE)

fusion engineering, physics and materials, plasma heating, vacuum technology, tritium processing, fueling, first walls, blankets and divertors


2010 2nd International Conference on Computer Engineering and Technology (ICCET)

ICCET is the main annual Computer Engineering and Technology conference aimed at presenting current research being carried out. ICCET 2009 was held in Singapore during Jan. 20-22, 2009 successfully. Currently ICCET 2010 will be held in Chengdu, China from 16 to 18 April, 2010.



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IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 1971

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CAMAC Magnetostrictive Readout System Using Schottky Memories

IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 1973

A magnetostrictive readout modular system using fast TTL memories is described in this paper. The main characteristics of this system are its expandability, its simple logic configuration, its high recording speed and its capacity of 15 sparks/wand with a word length of 16 bits per spark.


A high speed multi-channel data acquisition system for remote acoustic sediment transport studies

OCEANS '88. 'A Partnership of Marine Interests'. Proceedings, 1988

A multifrequency, multibeam acoustic system for tethered near-bottom sediment concentration and size profile measurement in the ocean has been developed. EXADAC, the data acquisition and control section of the system, is described. The system operates with four acoustic beams and three frequencies: 1.0, 2.25, and 5.0 MHz. The data acquisition system consists of a CAMAC crate, a PC/AT- compatible microcomputer, ...


Data Acquisition Using PDP-ll and MBD Branch Driver at L.B.L.

IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 1979

A data acquisition system has been designed and preliminary versions have been implemented for physics experiments at LBL. It utilizes an MBD microprogramrrad branch driver and a PDP-ll operating under FRM-11M. An MBD executive is used to implement software breakpoints within the MBD. The PDP-11 data acquisition buffer management scheme allows for multiple tasks dynamically accessing the data stream. Emphasis ...


Multi-agent CAMAC Crate Controller With Trident 32-bit Transputers

1993 IEEE Conference Record Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference, 1993

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  • CAMAC Magnetostrictive Readout System Using Schottky Memories

    A magnetostrictive readout modular system using fast TTL memories is described in this paper. The main characteristics of this system are its expandability, its simple logic configuration, its high recording speed and its capacity of 15 sparks/wand with a word length of 16 bits per spark.

  • A high speed multi-channel data acquisition system for remote acoustic sediment transport studies

    A multifrequency, multibeam acoustic system for tethered near-bottom sediment concentration and size profile measurement in the ocean has been developed. EXADAC, the data acquisition and control section of the system, is described. The system operates with four acoustic beams and three frequencies: 1.0, 2.25, and 5.0 MHz. The data acquisition system consists of a CAMAC crate, a PC/AT- compatible microcomputer, and a 9-track streaming tape drive. The system has been used in two field experiments. Typical data are presented.<>

  • Data Acquisition Using PDP-ll and MBD Branch Driver at L.B.L.

    A data acquisition system has been designed and preliminary versions have been implemented for physics experiments at LBL. It utilizes an MBD microprogramrrad branch driver and a PDP-ll operating under FRM-11M. An MBD executive is used to implement software breakpoints within the MBD. The PDP-11 data acquisition buffer management scheme allows for multiple tasks dynamically accessing the data stream. Emphasis is directed towards future expansions. High data rates are also emphasized.

  • Multi-agent CAMAC Crate Controller With Trident 32-bit Transputers

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  • Status of the VICKSI Accelerator Facility and Its Improvement by the Addition of a Tandem

    A general description of the VICKSI accelerator facility is given including its experimental facilities. Its operation and its operational limits are explained as well as the improvements of VICKSI by the addition of an 8 MV tandem as alternate injector. The status and timetable for the tandem project is given.

  • MLLE - A Dataflow Controlled Multiprocessor System

    MLLE is a multiprocessor system for data acquisition and processing in nuclear physics applications. A large memory allows accumulation of megachannel histograms [1] . The system is built from VMEbus modules and interfaces CAMAC. MLLE is connected to a host computer under UNIX, where graphic representation and mathematical analysis can be done. On the MLLE a UNIX-like environment is established. The operating system DAMOS of MLLE allows dataflow controlled processing using about ten microprocessors operating in a non-hierarchica] mode.

  • A Two Level Trigger Selector for a High Mass Di-Muon Experiment

    The entire electronic trigger system for a large experiment has been designed and constructed specifically for that experiment. The only commercial logic used was for monitoring, primarily scalers. This was not entirely by choice. The needed logic functions were not available, and the number of discriminator, delay, and latch channels required made using standard NIM logic modules an unpleasant solution. As built, the entire system, including power supplies, a NIM bin and a CAMAC crate for monitoring and control, fits easily in 3 relay racks. These racks are located in the experimental hall, near the experiment, and are accessible only via CAMAC when the beam is on. All functions of the system are programmed with special CAMAC modules.

  • Is a Serial Bus with Multimaster Capability a Solution for a CAMAC Simple System?

    With recently announced microprocessors (Philips 8400) a serial link with multimaster capability due to a serial priority arbitration scheme is available. This allows easy implementation of a serial bus within a single CAMAC crate for communication between modules at a data rate up to 150.000 bit/sec. Thus the CAMAC bus interface of a module and the crate controller are significantly reduced. Advantages of the serial link will be discussed. This scheme will be used for control and data acquisition of a X-ray single crystal diffractometer consisting of a scaler module, stepper controller module, I/O module and a display module with a functional keyboard together with a LSI-11 computer module.

  • Data Acquisition with CAMAC Using an Optical Link for Data Transmission

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