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Front-end electronics for the FAZIA experiment

F. Salomon
G. Brulin
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A. Boiano
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G. Tortone
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G. Poggi
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M. Bini
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G. Casini
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S. Barlini
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G. Pasquali
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S. Valdré
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M. Petcu
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R. Alba
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Eric Bonnet
M. Bruno
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M. Cinausero
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D. Dell'Aquila
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J.A. Duenas
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D. Fabris
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L. Francalanza
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F. Gramegna
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M. Guerzoni
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A. Kordyasz
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T. Kozik
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R. La Torre
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I. Lombardo
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O. Lopez
J. Mabiala
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C. Maiolino
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T. Marchi
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P. Maurenzig
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A. Meoli
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L. Morelli
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A. Nannini
A. Olmi
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A. Ordine
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G. Pastore
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S. Piantelli
E. Rosato
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D. Santonocito
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E. Scarlini
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G. Spadacini
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A. Stefaninni
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E. Vient
M. Vigilante
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Abstract

FAZIA is a multidetector specifically designed to optimize A and Z reaction product identification in heavy-ion collision experiments. This multidetector is modular and based on three-layer telescopes made of two silicon detectors followed by a thick (10 cm) CsI(Tl) scintillator read-out by a photodiode. Its electronics is fully digital. The goal to push at maximum identification capability while preserving excellent energy resolution, can be achieved by using pulse-shape analysis techniques and by making an intensive use of high-speed flash ADCs. This paper presents the front-end part of the electronics.
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in2p3-01265779 , version 1 (13-01-2020)

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F. Salomon, P. Edelbruck, G. Brulin, B. Borderie, A. Richard, et al.. Front-end electronics for the FAZIA experiment. Topical Workshop on Electronics for Particle Physics (TWEPP2015), Sep 2015, Lisbon, Portugal. pp.C01064, ⟨10.1088/1748-0221/11/01/C01064⟩. ⟨in2p3-01265779⟩
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