Signal Flow Layout

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The signals from the top cluster of 32 strips (0-31) are given as an input (via QWAD) to the v1495 board (say) Slave-1 (s1). In the slave boards:

the A port gets signals from plane-1
the B port gets signals from plane-2
the D port gets signals from plane-3
the E port gets signals from plane-4

The signals from the middle cluster of 32 strips (32-63) reach the v1495 board (say) Slave-2 (s2).

The signals from the bottom cluster of 32 strips (64-95) reach the v1495 board (say) Slave-3 (s3).


Each slave-board delivers its trigger information to the master-board through its C-port. In the current method of implementation, the pin-assignment is: C(0)  : the 'Good Trigger' information based on the 32 strip information of the current patch of signals from detector-board. C(1-4): the hit map of the top 4 strips in this patch of 32 strips C(5-8): the hit map of the bottom 4 strips in this patch of 32 strips.


The entire signal flow from the electron detector the the v1495 can be seen in the current cable layout