The IceCube Data Acquisition System: Signal Capture, Digitization, and Timestamping

  title={The IceCube Data Acquisition System: Signal Capture, Digitization, and Timestamping},
  author={The IceCube Collaboration},

Calibrating the photon detection efficiency in IceCube

The IceCube neutrino observatory is composed of more than five thousand light sensors, Digital Optical Modules (DOMs), installed on the surface and at depths between 1450 and 2450 m in clear ice at

An FPGA implementation of neutrino track detection for the IceCube telescope

The IceCube telescope is built within the ice at the geographical South Pole in the middle of the Antarctica continent. The purpose of the telescope is to detect muon neutrinos, the muon neutrino

Identifying cosmic ray induced cascade events with IceTop

IceCube is the largest neutrino detector in the world. It consists of an array of photomultiplier tubes installed throughout a cubic kilometre of ice below the surface at the South Pole. These

Study of South Pole ice transparency with IceCube flashers

A new method of fitting the ice model to a data set of in-situ light source events collected with IceCube is presented and a comparison of IceCube data with simulation based on the new model is shown.

The SST fully-synchronous multi-GHz analog waveform recorder with Nyquist-rate bandwidth and flexible trigger capabilities

The design and performance of a fully-synchronous multi-GHz analog transient waveform recorder I.C. (“SST”) with fast and flexible trigger capabilities is presented. The SST's objective is to provide

A Cascade Analysis for the IceCube Neutrino Telescope

IceCube is the largest operating neutrino observatory. An array of photomultiplier tubes deployed throughout a cubic kilometre of the Antarctic ice at the South Pole detect the Cherenkov radiation

Science with e-ASTROGAM

Cosmic ray spectrum from 250 TeV to 10 PeV using IceTop

Using IceTop, the surface component of the IceCube Neutrino Observatory, the all-particle cosmic ray energy spectrum has been determined above a few PeV. The measured energy spectrum leaves a gap of

Opening a new window onto the universe with IceCube




IceCube Collaboration, published in the 11th Workshop on Electronics for LHC and Future Experiments

  • Sept. 12-16,
  • 2005

We acknowledge the support from the following agencies: U.S. National Science Foundation-Office of Polar 1192 Program

    Acknowledgments 1191

      and G

      • Przybylski, LBNL-43200
      • 1998

      Ribordy 1198 acknowledges the support of the SNF (Switzerland)

        Swedish Polar Research Secretariat, and Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, Sweden

          Groß acknowledge support by the EU Marie 1199

            IceCube Preliminary Design Document

            • 2004