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Data Acquisition System of the Virgo Gravitational Waves Interferometric Detector

F. Acernese P. Amico M. Alshourbagy F. Antonucci S. Aoudia 1 P. Astone S. Avino D. Babusci G. Ballardin F. Barone L. Barsotti M. Barsuglia 2 Th.S. Bauer F. Beauville 3 S. Bigotta S. Birindelli M.A. Bizouard 2 C. Boccara 4 François Bondu 1 L. Bosi C. Bradaschia S. Braccini F.J. van den Brand A. Brillet 1 V. Brisson 2 D. Buskulic 3 E. Calloni E. Campagna F. Carbognani F. Cavalier 2 R. Cavalieri G. Cella E. Cesarini E. Chassande-Mottin 1 N. Christensen C. Corda A. Corsi F. Cottone A.-C. Clapson 2 F. Cleva 1 J.-P. Coulon 1 E. Cuoco A. Dari V. Dattilo M. Davier 2 M. del Prete R. de Rosa L. Di Fiore A. Di Virgilio B. Dujardin 1 A. Eleuteri M. Evans I. Ferrante F. Fidecaro I. Fiori R. Flaminio 3 J.-D. Fournier 1 S. Frasca F. Frasconi L. Gammaitoni F. Garufi E. Genin A. Gennai A. Giazotto G. Giordano L. Giordano R. Gouaty 3 D. Grosjean 3 G. Guidi S. Hamdani S. Hebri H. Heitmann 1 P. Hello 2 D. Huet S. Karkar 3 S. Kreckelbergh 2 P. La Penna M. Laval 1 N. Leroy 2 N. Letendre 3 B. Lopez M. Lorenzini V. Loriette 4 G. Losurdo J.-M. Mackowski 5 E. Majoranai C. N. Man 1 M. Mantovani F. Marchesoni F. Marion 3 J. Marque F. Martelli A. Masserot 3 M. Mazzoni F. Menzinger L. Milano C. Moins Julien Moreau 6 N. Morgado 5 B. Mours 3 F. Nocera C. Palomba F. Paoletti S. Pardi A. Pasqualetti R. Passaquieti D. Passuello F. Piergiovanni L. Pinard 5 R. Poggiani M. Punturo P. Puppo S. van der Putten K. Qipiani P. Rapagnani V. Reita 4 A. Remillieux 5 F. Ricci I. Ricciardi P. Ruggi G. Russo S. Solimeno Alessandro D.A.M. Spallicci 1 M. Tarallo M. Tonelli A. Toncelli E. Tournefier 3 F. Travasso C. Tremola G. Vajente D. Verkindt 3 F. Vetrano A. Vicéré J.-Y. Vinet 1 H. Vocca M. Yvert 3
Abstract : Virgo is an experiment aiming at the detection of gravitational waves emitted by astrophysical sources. Its detector, based on a 3km arms interferometer, is a complex setup which requires several digital control loops running up to 10kHz, an accurate and reliable central timing system and an efficient data acquisition, all of them being distributed over 3km. We overview here the main hardware and software components developed for the data acquisition system (DAQ) and its current architecture. Then, we briefly discuss its connections with interferometer's controls, especially through the automation of the interferometer's startup procedure. Then, we describe the tools used to monitor the DAQ and the performances we measured with them. Finally, are described also the tools developped for the online detector monitoring, mandatory complement of the DAQ for the commissioning of the Virgo detector.
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F. Acernese, P. Amico, M. Alshourbagy, F. Antonucci, S. Aoudia, et al.. Data Acquisition System of the Virgo Gravitational Waves Interferometric Detector. 11th IEEE International Symposium on Distributed Simulation and Real Time Applications, Oct 2007, Chania, Greece. ⟨in2p3-00191035⟩

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