The TOTEM T1 read out card motherboard

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Minutoli, S; Lo Vetere, M; Robutti, E;
(2010)

This article describes the Read Out Card (ROC) motherboard, which is the main component of the T1 forward telescope front-end electronic system. The ROC main objectives are to acquire tracking data and trigger information from the detector. It performs data conversion f... View more
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