Potential RFSoC applications for SuperKEKB accelerator monitoring and the Belle-II upgrade

Date

2023/7/24(Mon)13:30〜15:00

Venue

3rd build. 3F 325 + zoom

Speaker

Larry Ruckman (SLAC, TID Electronics Systems Department)

Language

English

URL

Contact

G. Mitsuka (PHS 2029)


Overview

Radio Frequency System on Chip (RFSoC) is an innovative platform developed by AMD/Xilinx, inspired by the demanding requirements of 5G broadband cellular technology. While originally designed for 5G, RFSoC’s general capabilities make it an appealing solution for high-energy physics applications. This presentation highlights the potential of RFSoC in high energy physics applications, specifically focusing on its suitability as a high-speed, multi-GSample/s digitizer for SuperKEKB accelerator monitoring and the Belle-II upgrade. SLAC provides an open source firmware/software libraries to enable users to effectively explore and harness the potential of RFSoC technology, facilitating the rapid development and deployment of RFSoC-based solutions in high energy physics research and other domains.

Release date 2023/06/26 Updated 2024/03/02