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A Data Transmission Method Based on Ethernet Physical Layer for Particle Physics Experiment

@article{Xiru2015ADT,
  title={A Data Transmission Method Based on Ethernet Physical Layer for Particle Physics Experiment},
  author={Huang Xi-ru and Cao Ping and Zheng Jia-jun},
  journal={arXiv: Instrumentation and Detectors},
  year={2015}
}
Due to the advantages of universality, flexibility and high performance, fast Ethernet is widely used in readout system design of modern particle physics experiments. However, Ethernet is usually used together with TCP/IP protocol stack, which makes it difficult to be implemented because designers have to use operating system to process this protocol. Furthermore, TCP/IP protocol degrades the transmission efficiency and real-time performance. To maximize the performance of Ethernet in physics… 

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