- Ian Shearer (VadaTech Ltd)
Mr Nigel Forrester (Concurrent Technologies)
The presentation will provide an update on the reasons why AdvancedMCs are being chosen for use in adjacent industries in order to give a better appreciation of the features that can be leveraged by the physics community. In particular, there has been a growing need to cluster AdvancedMC based processors and make them easier to setup and use which could be appropriate. The presentation will...
Mr Rüdiger Cölln (Pentair Technical Solutions GmbH)
Different members in the physics community do have different requirements on MTCA.4 crates. Schroff is working with building blocks in order to meet the individual requirements by using standard components. The presentation shows examples, how these individual solutions were developed by using building blocks. Further we want to introduce essential accessories like front- and filler panels...
Mr Friedrich Fix (Eicsys Embedded Integrated Control Systems)
eicSys is a license partner for some Boards developed by DESY. Additional to these boards eicSys developed new boards for MTCA.4 and increased the productportfolio for MTCA.4 application. The reason for the eicSys product expansion is to bring MTCA.4 closer to industry requirements with high end performance.
Mr Laurent Weber (Signal Processing Devices AB)
Signal Processing Devices DAQ MTCA.4 offering for demanding applications in Physics is focussed on: • high vertical resolution . high speed digitizers needs • extended real time data processing
Mr Peter Milne (D-TACQ Solutions Ltd)
KMCU, a new AMC module and Micro TCA.4 RTM brings a wide range of simultaneous analog IO to Micro TCA. The AMC module, featuring a ZYNQ system on chip includes one FMC site, while the RTM carries two analog modules from the D-TACQ range, based on a subset of FMC. The combination can provide from 4..64 channels of medium speed Analog IO, with capability for local processing and connectivity on...
Mr Norman Kranich (SINTEC Microwave Systems GmbH)
Overview on the development of an AMC-RF Source from 10 MHz to 1400 MHz
Dr Matthias Kirsch
Multi Channel Scaling (MCS) capability is essential for many Physics related applications. Counter based beam loss monitor (BLM) systems and Synchrotron beamline instrumentation are just two examples. The 16 -front panel- channel SIS8800 multi purpose counter board was developed with the GSI FAIR LASSIE BLM as the first use case in mind. Another 16 scaler channels are available over the...