The DAQ system of the 12,000 channel CMS high granularity calorimeter prototype

  title={The DAQ system of the 12,000 channel CMS high granularity calorimeter prototype},
  author={Barış Acar and George Adamov and Catherine Adloff and Serguei Afanasiev and Nural Akchurin and B. Akg{\"u}n and Mohammad Alhusseini and John Alison and G. Altopp and Maral Alyari and Sun An and S. Anagul and I. Andreev and Michael Andrews and P. Aspell and I.A. Atakisi and O. Bach and A. Baden and Georgios Bakas and Amandeep Singh Bakshi and S. Banerjee and Pedrame Bargassa and David Barney and E. Becheva and Prafulla Kumar Behera and Alberto Belloni and Thomas Bergauer and Marc Besançon and Sanchita Bhattacharya and Sanchita Bhattacharya and D. Bhowmik and Philippe Bloch and A. Bodek and G. Bombardi and Matteo Bonanomi and A. Bonnemaison and Shameena Bonomally and Johan Borg and Florent Bouyjou and Davide Braga and John Alfred Brashear and Erica Brondolin and P. Bryant and James Bueghly and Burak Bilki and Bjorn Burkle and A. Butler-Nalin and St'ephane Callier and Denis Calvet and X. Cao and Bryan Caraway and Stefano Caregari and Ludivine Ceard and Y. C. Cekmecelioglu and S. Cerci and Gianluca Cerminara and Nikolaos Charitonidis and Rajdeep Mohan Chatterjee and Y.M. Chen and Z. Chen and Kai-yu Cheng and Svetlana Chernichenko and H. W. K. Cheung and Chia-Hung Chien and Samrat Choudhury and Duje {\vC}oko and G. Collura and Fabrice Couderc and Leonardo Cristella and Isa Dumanoglu and Dominik Dannheim and Paul Dauncey and A. David and Gavin S. Davies and E. Day and P. Debarbaro and Federico De Guio and Christophe de La Taille and Manny De Silva and Paul Debbins and E. Delagnes and J. M. Deltoro and Greg Derylo and P.G. Dias de Almeida and Daniel Diaz and P. Dinaucourt and Jay Dittmann and Marko Dragicevic and Shashikant R. Dugad and Valentina Dutta and Suchandra Dutta and Johan A. Eckdahl and Timothy K. Edberg and M. El Berni and S. C. Eno and Yu. V. Ershov and Pieter Everaerts and S. Extier and Farah Fahim and Colin Fallon and Sara Fiorendi and B.A. Fontana Santos Alves and Erich Frahm and Giovanni Franzoni and J. C. Freeman and T. French and Yalcin Guler and Emine Gurpinar Guler and M. Gagnan and P. Gandhi and Serguei Ganjour and Aran Garcia-Bellido and Zoltan Gecse and Yannick Geerebaert and Hubert Gerwig and Olivier Gevin and Andrew Gilbert and W. J. Gilbert and Karl A. Gill and Costin G{\^i}ngu and Sergei Gninenko and A. V. Golunov and I. A. Golutvin and Tom{\'a}s Gonzalez and Nikolai Gorbounov and Loukas Gouskos and Yulin Gu and Fabrice Guilloux and E. G{\"u}lmez and Enver Okan Hamamci and Michael Hammer and Abhirami Harilal and Kenichi Hatakeyama and A. H. Heering and Vinay I. Hegde and Ulrich Heintz and Viktoria Hinger and Nathan Hinton and Jim Hirschauer and James R. Hoff and W. -S. Hou and Candan Isik and Joe Incandela and Aamir Irshad and S Jain and H. R. Jheng and Umesh Joshi and Ozgun Kaya Kara and Vassili Kachanov and Alexey Kalinin and R. Kameshwar and A. S. Kaminskiy and Hassan Kanso and Anton Karneyeu and Ozlem Kaya and Mithat Kaya and Aleko Khukhunaishvili and Jan Kieseler and S. Kim and Kathrin Koetz and Ted Kolberg and Andrea Pelegr{\'i} Kristi{\'c} and Michael Krohn and Katja Kr{\"u}ger and N. V. Kulagin and Szymon Kulis and Shuichi Kunori and Chia-Ming Kuo and Vladimir Kuryatkov and S. Kyre and Ohannes Kamer K{\"o}seyan and Y. Lai and Kamal Lamichhane and Greg Landsberg and Clemens Lange and Jonathon Langford and M.-Y. Lee and Emilia Leogrande and A. Levin and J.-H. Li and A. Li and B. Li and H. Liao and Don Lincoln and L. Linssen and Ron Lipton and Y. Liu and Artur Lobanov and Kenneth Long and R-S. Lu and I. I. Lysova and A. M. Magnan and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Magniette and Andreas Alexander Maier and Alexander I. Malakhov and I. Mandjavize and Marcello Mannelli and Jeremiah Mans and Alessandro Marchioro and Arabella Martelli and Phillip Masterson and Bin Meng and Tielige Mengke and Emilio Meschi and Alexi Mestvirishvili and Irfan Mirza and Stefano Moccia and I. Morrissey and Tanmay Mudholkar and Josip Musi{\'c} and Yu. V. Musienko and Sara Nabili and A. Nagar and Alexander N. Nikitenko and Dan Noonan and Matthew Noy and Kivanç Nurdan and Christophe Ochando and B. Odegard and Nathaniel Odell and Yasar Onel and W. Ortez and Julije O{\vz}egovi{\'c} and Suat Ozkorucuklu and L. Pacheco-Rodriguez and Efstathios Paganis and Derrick Pagenkopf and V. Palladino and Shubham Pandey and Felice Pantaleo and Christos Papageorgakis and Ioannis Papakrivopoulos and J. Parshook and Nathaniel Pastika and Manfred Paulini and Peter Paulitsch and Timo Peltola and Rilmar Pereira Gomes and H. Perkins and Philippe Petiot and Maurizio Pierini and Florian Michael Pitters and Florian Michael Pitters and Harrison B. Prosper and Marina Prvan and Ivica Puljak and Shah Rukh Qasim and Huilin Qu and Thorben Quast and R. Quinn and Melissa Quinnan and K. Rapacz and Ludovic Raux and G. Reichenbach and Mathias Reinecke and Michael Revering and Marcel Rieger and A. Rodriguez and Thierry Romanteau and Anthony Rose and Marco Rovere and A. Roy and Paul Rubinov and Roger Rusack and Ali Eren Simsek and U. Sozbilir and O. Sahin and A. Rosado Sanchez and Rohith Saradhy and T. Sarkar and Mehmet Alp Sarkisla and J. B. Sauvan and I. Schmidt and M. Schmitt and Edward Scott and Christopher J Seez and Felix Sefkow and Michele Selvaggi and S. Sharma and I. V. Shein and Alpana Shenai and R A Shukla and Eva Sicking and Patrick Sieberer and Yves Sirois and Vladimir A. Smirnov and E. Spencer and Arnaud Steen and James B. Strait and Thomas Strebler and Nadja Strobbe and J.W. Su and Evgeny V. Sukhov and M. Sun and L. Sun and Deniz Sunar Cerci and A. N. Surkov and Casey Syal and Bayram Tali and Ufuk Guney Tok and Aysel Kayis Topaksu and C.L. Tan and Ibrahim Tastan and Tugba Tatli and R. Thaus and Sevgi Tekten and Damien Thienpont and Thomas Pierre-{\'E}mile and Emrah Tiras and Maksym Titov and Danila Tlisov and Jan Troska and Z. Tsamalaidze and Georgios Tsipolitis and Andromachi Tsirou and Nikolay Tyurin and Sonaina Undleeb and Daniel Urbański and V. Ustinov and Andrey Uzunian and G. P. Van Onsem and M. Van De Klundert and J. Varela and Mayda M. Velasco and Tommaso Vergine and M. Vicente Barreto Pinto and P.M. da Silva and Tejinder Virdee and R. Vizinho de Oliveira and Judy Voelker and E. A. Voirin and Z. Wang and X H Wang and F. Wang and Mitchell R. Wayne and Samuel Nathan Webb and Marc Gabriel Weinberg and Andrew Whitbeck and D. White and R. Wickwire and Js Wilson and David Winter and H.y. Wu and L. Wu and C. H Yeh and Rachel Yohay and D. Yu and S.-S. Yu and G.B. Yu and Francisco Yumiceva and Anna Zacharopoulou and Nikolai Zamiatin and Anatoli Zarubin and S. C. Zenz and J. Zhang and H. Zhang},
  journal={Journal of Instrumentation},
The CMS experiment at the CERN LHC will be upgraded to accommodate the 5-fold increase in the instantaneous luminosity expected at the High-Luminosity LHC (HL-LHC) [1]. Concomitant with this increase will be an increase in the number of interactions in each bunch crossing and a significant increase in the total ionising dose and fluence. One part of this upgrade is the replacement of the current endcap calorimeters with a high granularity sampling calorimeter equipped with silicon sensors… 

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