Performance comparison between signal digitizers and low-cost digital oscilloscopes: spectroscopic, pulse shape discrimination and timing capabilities for nuclear detectors

@article{Fontana2020PerformanceCB,
  title={Performance comparison between signal digitizers and low-cost digital oscilloscopes: spectroscopic, pulse shape discrimination and timing capabilities for nuclear detectors},
  author={Cristiano Lino Fontana and Nicol{\`o} Tuccori and Felix Pino and Marcello Lunardon and Luca Stevanato and Sandra Moretto},
  journal={Journal of Instrumentation},
  year={2020},
  volume={15},
  pages={P06020 - P06020}
}
Signal digitizers revolutionized the approach to the electronics readout of radiation detectors in Nuclear Physics. These highly specialized pieces of equipment are designed to acquire the signals that are characteristic of the detectors in nuclear physics experiments. The functions of the several modules that were once needed for signal acquisition, can now be substituted by a single digitizer. As suggested by the name, with such readout modules, signals are first digitized (i.e. the signal… 

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