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Compendium of Front-End Electronics

Messi, Francesco LU (2018) In ARXIV
Abstract
Our world is changing fast. On one hand, technological developments provide us with new and powerful electronics devices on almost a weekly basis. On the other hand, the end-user of these electronics is now rarely required to actually configure the devices, as everything is automated. This "de-empowerment" of the end-user may be detrimental to the scientific community. This is because the unique conditions in which a scientific measurement is performed require the end-user to have unrestricted access to every variable of the experimental setup. In this compendium, a general overview of some popular electronic modules is presented, and the different characteristics the end- user should take into consideration when buying/designing... (More)
Our world is changing fast. On one hand, technological developments provide us with new and powerful electronics devices on almost a weekly basis. On the other hand, the end-user of these electronics is now rarely required to actually configure the devices, as everything is automated. This "de-empowerment" of the end-user may be detrimental to the scientific community. This is because the unique conditions in which a scientific measurement is performed require the end-user to have unrestricted access to every variable of the experimental setup. In this compendium, a general overview of some popular electronic modules is presented, and the different characteristics the end- user should take into consideration when buying/designing electronics systems for a new experimental application are discussed. (Less)
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Front-end electronics for detector readout, electronics
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ARXIV
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Cornell University Library
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English
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ea07776b-5fcb-4329-9266-28126af9cedf
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  abstract     = {Our world is changing fast. On one hand, technological developments provide us with new and powerful electronics devices on almost a weekly basis. On the other hand, the end-user of these electronics is now rarely required to actually configure the devices, as everything is automated. This "de-empowerment" of the end-user may be detrimental to the scientific community. This is because the unique conditions in which a scientific measurement is performed require the end-user to have unrestricted access to every variable of the experimental setup. In this compendium, a general overview of some popular electronic modules is presented, and the different characteristics the end- user should take into consideration when buying/designing electronics systems for a new experimental application are discussed.},
  author       = {Messi, Francesco},
  keyword      = {Front-end electronics for detector readout,electronics},
  language     = {eng},
  publisher    = {Cornell University Library},
  series       = {ARXIV},
  title        = {Compendium of Front-End Electronics},
  year         = {2018},
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