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Published on October 15, 2007

Author: Christian

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LHCb Silicon Tracker electronics: from R&D to preproduction:  LHCb Silicon Tracker electronics: from R&D to preproduction Silicon Tracker geometry:  Silicon Tracker geometry Trigger Tracker: 1 station @ 4 layers between RICH1 and magnet Inner Tracker: 3 stations @ 4 layers each around beampipe at stations T1-T3 (between magnet and RICH2) Different geometry but same electronics! Station overview:  Station overview TT station IT station 143k channels 129k channels TT Sensor layout :  TT Sensor layout TT: 512 detector channels per ladder for TT, pitch 183 um, sensor thickness 500 um Ladders composed from up to 4 sensors in series, 3 sensors + flexcable, or 1 sensor + long flexcable Frontend hybrids located outside acceptance Flexcable prototype:  Flexcable prototype 3 500 um sensors in series with 39 cm flexcable (Ctot = 38 pF) Included in CERN X7 testbeam in Summer 2004 with Beetle 1.3 hybrid Measured S/N 16.5, in agreement with capacitance calculations IT sensor layout:  IT sensor layout IT: 384 detector channels per ladder for IT, pitch 198 um, sensor thickness 410 um (2-sensor module) and 320 um (1-sensor module) Frontend hybrids inside detector acceptance Beetle frontend hybrids:  Beetle frontend hybrids 4-layer polyimide hybrid Beetle chip is only active device: 0.25 um CMOS, rad-hard design 128 channel charge integrator (see talk U. Trunk , session A3) 3 chip hybrid for IT (3x 128 ch) 4 chip hybrid for TT (4x 128 ch) Digital optical readout link:  Digital optical readout link less material in detector less radiation Jumper- + SCSI cable:  Jumper- + SCSI cable Polyimide + SCSI cable (LSZH) used for first 5 m of transmission for lower radiation doses to the service box electronics Preliminary cable tests over show good performance of line receiver: eye pattern of ‘quasi-digital’ Beetle header Digitizer Board:  Digitizer Board Key element of Service box, size 328 x 140 mm2 Only connection of any hybrid to the outside world Receives data from one sensor ladder (3 or 4 Beetle chips) Digitizer Board systems:  Digitizer Board systems Key components: Differential line receiver 8 bit 40 MSPS ADC CERN GOL serializer 2.5 Gbps VCSEL diode Additional components: 1 QPLL chip for low-jitter clock generation close to GOLs 1 DCU25F chip for environmental monitoring (voltages, temperatures) clock distribution Power, TTC signals, I2C slow control for hybrids are just passed through Production of preseries :  Production of preseries PCB company and assembly company chosen, will remain fixed for later prodcution of full quantities 17 digitizer boards have been produced (will be used in module test setup) All BGA solder balls have been checked with X-ray to ensure reliable solder joints: no faulty solder joint among total of over 10000 balls  consider pad design compatible with BGA soldering electronic design will stay 99% identical (except for minor bugfixes) Service box backplane:  Service box backplane Distribution of power, fast signals, slow control to digitizer boards Conservative design: 4 layers, 6 mil technology Only active components are L4913 LHC pos. voltage regulators and LVDS clock IC’s (tested to 70 krad) Easy cooling via flat water-cooled heatsink First prototypes (8 slots) being assembled, tests next week Full backplane with 20 slots Control Card:  Control Card Under development by Universidade de Santiago de Compostela Provides TTC signals and slow control interface of each Service box Same size as Digitizer Board to fit into crate Main components: 1 TTCrq mezzanine 2 SPECS slaves for slow control (I2C, temperature/humidity readout) TTCrq (CERN) SPECS slave (Orsay) Radiation qualification:  Radiation qualification Expected radiation levels at service box location: <15 krad, <2E12 n/cm2 (1 MeV n eq.) for 10 year LHC running AD8129 line receiver tested up to 300 krad, 2E14 n/cm2 TSA0801 ADC tested up to 60 krad (analogue and SEE test) ULM-Photonics VCSEL tested up to 300 krad, 3.6E12 n/cm2 Fibre tested up to 2.2 Mrad (CERN GOL, QPLL, DCU25F tested to several Mrad) No failures of components Only slightly decreased performance measured for line receiver and optical fibre, well within system design margins All components qualified for use in service box Optical power budget:  Optical power budget Min. laser power into fibre: -5.0 dBm Max. Fibre attenuation 100 m: 0.5 dB 3 optical cable interfaces max. 0.5 dB per interface: 1.5 dB Worst case average power at receiver: -7.0 dbm Worst case optical sensitivity SNAP12 receiver: -16.0 dBm Power margin: 9.0 dB O-RX card (Uni Heidelberg):  O-RX card (Uni Heidelberg) Common LHCb effort lead by Physikalisches Institut, University Heidelberg Optical input directly compatible to used MTP fibre (SNAP12 compatible multi-channel receiver, 2.5 Gbps) 12x TLK2501 deserializer LHCClk x2 crystal oscillator on board Preseries of 28 ordered, expected for October BER testing, eye pattern:  BER testing, eye pattern Dirk Wiedner (Heidelberg) made BER testing with pseudorandom data 3 days continous running (4E14 bits) without a single error Check eye pattern of optical signal with 5 GHz opto-electric converter: clean open eye TELL1 board (EPF Lausanne):  TELL1 board (EPF Lausanne) Common LHCb Effort, lead by EPF Lausanne, preseries expected until end of the year Conclusion + Outlook:  Conclusion + Outlook Silicon sensors chosen and production lot ordered, first batches arrive Jan 2005 R&D for LHCb Silicon Tracker electronics complete First round of preseries in production Testing of full readout chain (detector + readout link + LHC timing hardware) in mechanical mock-up of TT station with pre-production hardware planned until end of the year Series production for electronic modules will start in Q2/2005 ADC TID testing:  ADC TID testing TID Testing performed by injecting 5 MHz sinewave close to full scale and doing FFT analysis of digitized signal Plot SFDR and SNR for duration of irradiation, idea: any unlinearity will show up in SFDR, any gain loss in SNR ADC SEE testing:  ADC SEE testing One ADC was connected to high limit (all ‘1’ at output), and one ADC to low limit (all ‘0’) Both bytes were tested with logic gates in real time For each bit flip: output pulsed, connect output to counter All ADCs irradiated to 4.6E11 p/cm2 For the complete campaign (4 ADC10040, 4 TSA0801), one 1 SEU was found (‘1’ to ‘0’)

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