Fastbus data acquisition for CDF

E. Barsotti, A. W. Booth, M. Bowden, J. T. Carroll, C. Day, J. E. Elias, I. Gaines, L. Giebel, G. Goeransson, H. Gonzalez, B. Graves, M. Haldeman, D. Hanssen, C. Horvath, M. Larwill, J. Marsh, J. Patrick, D. Quarrie, C. Rotolo, C. SwobodaK. Treptow, J. Urish, C. Van Ingen, R. Vidal, S. Zimmerman, M. Campbell, Y. D. Tsai, B. Hubbard, F. Kirsten, J. Siegrist, M. Dell'Orso, P. Giannetti, L. Ristori, T. Devlin, B. Flaugher, U. Joshi, M. Werner

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Abstract

All CDF event data are collected in a multilevel FASTBUS network. At the lowest level of this network, MEP/MX and SSP scanners read and buffer data from RABBIT and FASTBUS front end systems. Operation of these front end scanners is coordinated by the Trigger Supervisor module which initiates parallel readout after receiving Level 1 and Level 2 triggers. Dataflow from scanners to consumer processes on host VAX computers is supervised by the Buffer Manager which directs an Event Builder to collect and format data from a set of scanner modules. This system is designed to allow partitioning into semi-independent sections for parallel development and calibration studies.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)82-92
Number of pages11
JournalNuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, A
Volume269
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1988 Jun 1

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Nuclear and High Energy Physics
  • Instrumentation

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