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Sophisticated tools for efficient pulsed data collection
The pulse detection firmware option “FWPD” equips ADQ14 with sophisticated tools to identify, analyze, and adaptively collect pulsed input signals in real-time. The firmware consist of two parts; pulse identification and pulse analysis:
  • The pulse identification tracks the baseline and identify when pulses begin and end. The data capture supports dynamic record length with built-in zero suppression that help relax data transfer rate and saves disk space. Coincidence triggering detects simultaneous events on multiple channels based on user-defined logic conditions.
  • The pulse analysis finds the peak value and the width of a pulse. Real-time calculations are enabled by the on-board high-performance open FPGA. There is also a detection window mechanism that allow for accepting or rejecting detected pulses.
FWPD for ADQ7 is scheduled for release in Q3, 2018.
  • Digital Baseline Stabilizer (DBS)
  • Adaptive record length for zero suppression and optimal memory usage
  • Detection window for selecting pulses
  • Per-channel individual level trigger
  • Multi-unit synchronization
  • Real-time data analysis
  • Padding for activity control
  • Flexible data collection
  • Histograms of pulse metadata
  • Coincidence trigger for channels interaction
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