Difference: AMC13Tool (11 vs. 12)

Revision 1213 Nov 2012 - CharlieHill

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META TOPICPARENT name="HcalDTC"

Using AMC13Tool

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    • '<n>' is the number of 'single'/random triggers to be sent
    • 'e' enables periodic local triggers
    • 'd' disables periodic local triggers
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  • 'tsp <n>': set the OrN spacing between periodic local L1A generation
    • '<n>' is the number of orbits between each periodically generated local L1A
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  • 'tsp (o)/(b)/(r) <n>': set the spacing between periodic local L1A generation
    • 'o' specifies that the trigger spacing will be defined by orbit-number increments of <n>
    • 'b' specifies that the trigger spacing will be defined by bunch-crossing-number increments of <n>
    • 'r' specifies that the trigger spacing will be defined by random orbit-number increments around value <n>
    • '<n>' is the number of orbits/bunch-crossings/average-orbits between each periodically generated local L1A
 
  • 'mm (e)/(d)': enable mega monitor scaling. This saves only saves one in every 0x100000 events to the SDRAM buffer
    • 'e' enables mega monitor scaling
    • 'd' disables mega monitor scaling
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    • '<level>' is an optional numeric entry to set the detail of the display (0 least detailed, 2 most detailed, default to 1)
  • 'rg': issues a reset to both Spartan and Virtex chips (by writing 0x1 to address 0x0 on both chips)
  • 'rc': resets the counters on the Virtex chip
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  • 'tre (o) (e)': reset internal TTC orbit number and/or event number
    • 'o' resets internal TTC orbit number
    • 'e' resets internal TTC event number
  Register Access
  • 'rs(v) <add> [count]': read registers from the Spartan (Virtex) chip
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  DAQ
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  • 'de': enable DAQ link. This can be done from the receiver end only! However, it does enable both the LSC and LDC functionalities on either side of the SLINK
  • 'dsv': save received DAQ data to the monitor buffer. This can be done from the receiver end only!
 
  • 'nw': display number of words in the next event in the SDRAM buffer
  • 'rd': display the data of the current event in the SDRAM buffer without advancing to the next event (without advancing the read pointer)
  • 'rk': display an unpacked, checked event. NOTE: this command doesn't do much yet
 
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