Difference: AMC13Tool2Recipes (3 vs. 4)

Revision 429 May 2015 - DavidZou

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META TOPICPARENT name="HcalDTC"
These instructions assume you have successfully installed and tested your software. See AMC13CppGettingStarted for instructions if you haven't
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 Using AMC13 software ver:32678
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2. Enable link with fake events ('f') and TTC loopback ('t') options and start run (part of enable command by default).
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2. Reset AMC13 (general and counter).
> rg
> rc

3. Enable link with fake events ('f') and TTC loopback ('t') options and start run (part of enable command by default).

  NOTE: If we are building fake events, these are generated internally, so in this case, the actual numbers denoted are unimportant. But when building events from actual AMCs, you would denote the slot numbers corresponding to the modules you will be reading event data from.

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 AMC13 out of run mode AMC13 is back in run mode and ready
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3. Set up local triggers. There are various options how you would like triggers to be sent (number of triggers per bunch, rate, etc.), for help use 'h localL1A'. In this example we will just send 1 trigger per orbit.
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4. Set up local triggers. There are various options how you would like triggers to be sent (number of triggers per bunch, rate, etc.), for help use 'h localL1A'. In this example we will just send 1 trigger per orbit.
 
>localL1A o 1 1
Configure LocalL1A enabled mode=0 burst=1 rate=1 rules=0
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4. Send Triggers
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5. Send Triggers
 
>lt 5
detected number after 'lt'

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 Trigger: 1 left Trigger: 0 left
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5. Use status command to check to see that L1As were sent+received and that events were built.
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6. Use status command to check to see that L1As were sent+received and that events were built.
 
>st
            Board| SERIALNO| T1_VER| T2_REV| T2_SERNO|

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  --|----|----| STATE| RDY| RDY|
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6. Read out events.
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7. Read out events.
 
>re
calling readEvent...AOK

 
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