KU Nijmegen 16UFC HexCompCard Module
  • KU_Nijmegen_16UFC_View2_20161114103218
  • KU_Nijmegen_16UFC_View3_20161114103218
  • KU_Nijmegen_16UFC_View4_20161114103218

KU Nijmegen 16UFC HexCompCard Module

Features

  • (16) AD8057 High Performance Voltage Feedback, 325 MHz Amplifiers
  • (8) AD966878R Ultrafast Comparators
  • 34-Pin On-Board Connector
  • +/- Status LEDs
  • VME Form Factor

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This unit includes an approximately 8 in. (20.32 cm) ribbon cable).




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Description

The KU Nijmegen 16UFC HexCompCard Module is a L3+Cosmics DAQ VME readout module for phase 2. L3 is a High Energy Physics Experiment at the LEP collider, at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research (European Laboratory for Particle Physics) in Geneva, Switzerland. The L3 Experiment is a collaboration involving more than fifty institutes from all over the world. They have built a huge detector which detects particles produced in the collision of electrons and positrons circulating in the LEP ring. The head of the experiment is the Nobel prize laureate Samuel C.C. Ting. The number, energy and species of particles produced in these collisions vary a lot, making their detection and identification a very challenging task. The detector is therefore extremely complex and records a large amount of information in the form of electronic signals. These data, which are stored and analyzed with the help of computers, enable physicists to gain insight into the properties of the fundamental particles from which all matter is made and the forces by which they interact.

Product Family: 16UFC, 16 UFC, 16-UFC
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