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01/11/2002SNS Software Final Design Review1 V123S Event Link Encoder, Transmission System and PLL Receiver Thomas M. Kerner (BNL) SNS Global Controls.

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1 01/11/2002SNS Software Final Design Review1 V123S Event Link Encoder, Transmission System and PLL Receiver Thomas M. Kerner (BNL) SNS Global Controls

2 01/11/2002SNS Software Final Design Review2 Event Link System Features –Low Latency Event Delivery using short code length, 17MHz carrier, passive fanouts and short code lengths. –Asynchronous 12-bit encode and decode with hardware prioritization to allow fast event delivery. High priority events will transmit first. Trigger priority runs from left to right on input modules. –Hybrid optical and shielded twisted wire pair system –1 ns Jitter Clock Recovery using PLL receiver –Low Bit Error Rate with high signal to noise ratio –Single Cable Clock and Data eliminates clock skew and reduces cable cost –256 Event Codes with priority translation table so new priorities may be assigned to event codes without affecting receivers.

3 01/11/2002SNS Software Final Design Review3 Event Link System Features (cont.) –Beam Synchronous Event Link carrier is a multiple of the RF clock –Free PLL receiver drop-in artwork, parts list and program file available to DOE facilities for the PLL Link Receiver Interface. –Lock out of low priority events including the message stack between pre-pulse PP and T EXT to avoid delaying the extraction event. –A linked series of events with programmable delays may be generated by feeding back outputs to inputs. –Message FIFO for software generated events. –Tracks with LLRF for machine tune an energy changes

4 01/11/2002SNS Software Final Design Review4 Provides: Facility-wide broadcast event timing, LLRF synchronous clock, and informational events for distributed systems: –Neutron chopper –LINAC chopper –LINAC and Ring RF –Injection and Extraction –Beam Instrumentation –Scopes –Utility Modules

5 01/11/2002SNS Software Final Design Review5 Status & Control Registers CONTROL –Interrupt enable –On-line/Off-line –Interrupt ROAK/RORA –Automatic clock switching on LLRF status (between internal / external LLRF) –Manual clock override –Interrupt vector register –Interrupt level register –Event FIFO input register STATUS –VME ID string –RF clock bad (occ.) –Beam clock fault (r.t.) –FIFO full (r.t. & occ.) –FIFO empty (r.t.) –Clock in-use (r.t.) –PP – Text lockout (r.t.) –Input error registers (occ.) FIFO Value < 64 error V101 Input module > 63 error Input rate error, lost event For details see V123S Event Link Module manual at revA1.htmhttp://www.sns.bnl.gov/epics/timing/doc/v123s/V123S revA1.htm

6 01/11/2002SNS Software Final Design Review6 Event Link System - Block Diagram

7 01/11/2002SNS Software Final Design Review7 Event Link System - Block Diagram

8 01/11/2002SNS Software Final Design Review8 Event Link Encoder & Input Module

9 01/11/2002SNS Software Final Design Review9 64 External Inputs Private P2 bus VME BUS P2 32x F REV Clock Beam Sync Encoder Event Input Module Event Input Module Event Input Module Event Input Module Encoded Beam Sync output Event Link Encoder – P2 Dedicated Bus

10 01/11/2002SNS Software Final Design Review10 Event Link Encoder - Bi Phase Mark Encoding

11 01/11/2002SNS Software Final Design Review11 PLL Receiver – IP Module Insert IP module Prototype Picture Here

12 01/11/2002SNS Software Final Design Review12 Fanout & Fiberoptic Chassis 16 outputs on production units Fiber optic receiver module Fiber optic transmitter module Power supplies

13 01/11/2002SNS Software Final Design Review13 Machine Cycle & Accumulation Detail


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