EUDAQ - A data acquisition software framework for common beam telescopes

P. Ahlburg, S. Arfaoui, J. H. Arling, H. Augustin, D. Barney, M. Benoit, T. Bisanz, E. Corrin, D. Cussans, D. Dannheim, J. Dreyling-Eschweiler, T. Eichhorn, A. Fiergolski, I. M. Gregor, J. Grosse-Knetter, D. Haas, L. Huth, A. Irles, H. Jansen, J. JanssenM. Keil, J. S. Keller, M. Kiehn, H. J. Kim, J. Kroll, K. Krüger, S. Kulis, J. Kvasnicka, J. Lange, Y. Liu, F. Lütticke, C. Marinas, P. Martinengo, A. Nurnberg, B. Paschen, H. Perrey, R. Peschke, D. Pitzl, D. L. Pohl, A. Quadt, T. Quast, F. Reidt, E. Rossi, I. Rubinsky, A. Rummler, H. Schreeck, P. Schütze, B. Schwenker, S. Spannagel, M. Stanitzki, U. Stolzenberg, T. Suehara, M. Suljic, G. Troska, M. Varga-Kofarago, J. Weingarten, P. Wieduwilt

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Abstract

EUDAQ is a generic data acquisition software developed for use in conjunction with common beam telescopes at charged particle beam lines. Providing high-precision reference tracks for performance studies of new sensors, beam telescopes are essential for the research and development towards future detectors for high-energy physics. As beam time is a highly limited resource, EUDAQ has been designed with reliability and ease-of-use in mind. It enables flexible integration of different independent devices under test via their specific data acquisition systems into a top-level framework. EUDAQ controls all components globally, handles the data flow centrally and synchronises and records the data streams. Over the past decade, EUDAQ has been deployed as part of a wide range of successful test beam campaigns and detector development applications.

Original languageEnglish
Article numberP01038
JournalJournal of Instrumentation
Volume15
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 30 2020

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Mathematical Physics
  • Instrumentation

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