Troska J, and Detraz, S and Papadopoulos, S and PAPAKONSTANTINOU, I and Rui Silva, S and Seif el Nasr, S and Sigaud, C and Stejskal, P and Soos, C and Vasey, F (2009) The Versatile Transceiver Proof of Concept. In: Proceedings of the Topical Workshop on Electronics for Particle Physics, TWEPP-09, Paris, France, 21-25 September 2009. (pp. 347 - 351). European Organization for Nuclear Research: Geneva, Switzerland.
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SLHC experiment upgrades will make substantial use of optical links to enable high-speed data readout and control. The Versatile Link project will develop and assess optical link architectures and components suitable for deployment at SLHC. The on-detector element will be bidirectional optoelectronic module: the Versatile Transceiver that will be based on a commercially available module type minimally customized to meet the constraints of the SLHC on-detector environment in terms of mass, volume, power consumption, operational temperature and radiation environment. We report on the first proof of concept phase of the development, showing the steps towards customization and first results of the radiation resistance of candidate optoelectronic components.
|Title:||The Versatile Transceiver Proof of Concept|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Electronic and Electrical Engineering|
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