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APV25, Clock and Trigger. M.Friedl HEPHY Vienna. APV25. Please refer to my December 2008 meeting slides for details about APV25 (SVD session) In Nov/Dec 2008 beam test, we confirmed that APV works perfectly fine with both 42.4 MHz clock (=RF/12)  3.5 µs max L1 latency

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Apv25 clock and trigger

APV25, Clock and Trigger

M.Friedl

HEPHY Vienna


Apv25

APV25

  • Please refer to my December 2008 meeting slides for details about APV25 (SVD session)

  • In Nov/Dec 2008 beam test, we confirmed that APV works perfectly fine with both

    • 42.4 MHz clock (=RF/12)  3.5 µs max L1 latency

    • 31.8 MHz clock (=RF/16)  4.7 µs max L1 latency

  • We can make the APV25 clock switchable

Schematics of one channel

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Apv25 pipeline trigger simulation

APV25 Pipeline & TriggerSimulation

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Apv25 trigger restrictions

APV25 Trigger Restrictions

  • Minimum L1 distance of 6 APV clocks

    – Irrelevant in case of 500ns dead time as requested by ECL

    (2) Maximum pipeline filling

    – also affected by such dead time requirement

Markus Friedl (HEPHY Vienna)


Apv trigger simulation

APV Trigger Simulation

  • Input:CLK, L1 rate

  • Model:APV25 state machine, exponential trigger distribution

  • Output:FIFO filling histogram, trigger loss, Poisson distribution to check randomness of simulated triggers

Download:http://belle.hephy.at/apvtrg.zip

(needs Labwindows/CVI 8.1 run-time engine from http://ni.com)

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Results no external dead time requirement

25.9

12.8

Results – No External Dead Time Requirement

  • Min Lost: trigger restriction (1) = too little distance

  • FIFO Lost: trigger restriction (2) = too many pending readouts

  • Nakao-san wishes <3% dead time @ L1=30kHz

  •  OK (0.87%) for 42.4MHz clock, slightly higher (3.43%) at 31.8MHz

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Results external 500 ns dead time requirement

Results – External 500 ns Dead Time Requirement

  • Nakao-san‘s wish (<3% dead time @ L1=30kHz) met in both cases

  •  0.42% for 42.4MHz clock and 2.7% at 31.8MHz

  • 500ns dead time (as required by ECL) not accounted for APV25

    • Hence no minimum lost figure always zero

24.0

11.4

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Summary

Summary

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Summary1

Summary

  • APV25 has trigger limitations due to

    (1) Minimum L1 distance of 6 APV clocks

    (2) Maximum pipeline filling

  • APV25 can operate at both 42.4MHz (RF/12) or 31.8MHz (RF/16) clocks

  • In case of no external limitation, we get @ 30kHZ L1:

    • 0.87% for 42.4MHz clock, 3.43% at 31.8MHz (see December slides for more detail)

  • With 500ns dead time as requested by ECL we get

    • 0.42% for 42.4MHz clock, 2.7% at 31.8MHz

    • Conclusion: With 500ns ECL dead time, both frequencies are fine according to Nakao-san‘s wish of<3% APV25 dead time@ L1=30kHz

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