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FPGA Spectrometer for the GBT. NRAO and U.C. Berkeley Joint Conceptual Design Review January 31, 2011. Introduction. Table of contents Overall project plan - Bloss Spectrometer specification and overall design – Ford & Roshi ADC characterization - Bussa

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FPGA Spectrometer for the GBT

NRAO and U.C. Berkeley JointConceptual Design Review

January 31, 2011


Introduction
Introduction

Table of contents

Overall project plan - Bloss

Spectrometer specification and overall design – Ford & Roshi

ADC characterization - Bussa

Analog and clock distribution detailed design - Watts

1 PPS and Switching signal synch and distribution plan - McCullough

Firmware design and development strategies - Wertheimer

Software design and development plan – Shelton

Project risks and mitigation strategies – Ford

3


Participants jay lockman chair
Participants - Jay Lockman, Chair

  • Reviewers:

    • • Karen O’Neil

    • • Scott Ransom

    • • Richard Prestage

    • • Tony Remijan

    • • Toney Minter

    • • Dave Frayer

    • • Ron Maddalena

    • • Glen Langston

    • • Rick Fisher

    • • Rich Lacasse

    • • Matt Morgan

    • • Roger Norrod

    • • Steve White

    • • Chris Clark

  • Project Team:

    • • John Ford

    • • Amy Shelton

    • • AnishRoshi

    • • Dan Werthimer

    • Terry Filiba

    • Mark Wagner

    • • Galen Watts

    • • Patrick Brandt

    • • Mark Whitehead

    • • Randy McCullough

    • • Jason Ray

    • • Joe Masters

    • • Bob Garwood

    • • SrikanthBussa


Charge to participants
Charge to Participants

The purpose of the Preliminary Design Review for the Green Bank Spectrometer is to validate that the designs and plans presented, to the extent they can be evaluated at this point in the project, meet the guidelines for the new spectrometer by:

1. Satisfying the science case

2. Addressing all of the specifications

3. Meeting the requirements of the ATI grant description

4. Appearing to be technically and financially viable

5. Being able to be completed in accordance with the grant and project schedules

6. Identifying the risks of the project, their potential effect, and demonstrating a satisfactory mitigation plan for each risk


Ati grant award details
ATI Grant Award Details

Science case – Upcoming in next presentations

Schedule

36 months

September 1, 2010 – August 31, 2013

Total Budget - $ 1.27MM ($1.1MM Grant + $170K NRAO Cost Share)

Hardware

Staffing – Who does what?

Science case and system specifications – NRAO & Berkeley

System design and programming – Berkeley

Integration into GB systems – NRAO


Equipment Budget: $435,441


Staffing ati proposal
Staffing (ATI Proposal)

Staff Contributions:

NRAO – 1.96 FTEs

Berkeley – 1.41 FTEs


Operational staffing
Operational Staffing

Staff Contributions:

NRAO – 3.15 FTEs

Berkeley – 2.50 FTEs


Schedule
Schedule

Award Schedule:

Schedule flow chart

Project chart view


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