Difference: TTTSoftwareDocumentation (4 vs. 5)

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This page overview the functionalities of the TTT software packages, including descriptions of the trigger scripts and the TTTtool commands.
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  • Descriptions of script arguments are in the table below
Argument Description
-o <length> Set the orbit length to <length> bunch crossings (default 3563)
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-d <delay> Set the trigger delay to <delay> bunch crossings (default 100)
-n <num_orbits> Set the number of orbits per trigger to <num_orbits> (default 10)
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-d <delay> Set the delay for first L1A in orbit to <delay> bunch crossings (default 100)
-n <num_orbits> Set the number of orbits with triggers to <num_orbits> (default 10)
 
-s <trig_spacing> Set the number of bunch crossings between triggers to <trig_spacing> (default 25)
-t <trigs_per_orbit> Set the number of triggers per orbit to <trigs_per_orbit> (default 4)
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-r <repeat_period> Set the repeat period (I have no idea what this means) to <repeat_period> number of orbits
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-r <repeat_period> Set the repeat period (time in orbits between groups) to <repeat_period> number of orbits
 
-b Enable TTS backpressure. This is to say, force the triggers to respond to the AMC13's TTS signal
-p <random_period> Set random trigger period to <random_period>. A <random_period> value of 155 is 100kHz (max), and the rate scales linearly (i.e. 98 = 64kHz, 75 = 49kHz, etc). Default value is 0
-L <latency> Allow for TTS backpressure latency of <latency> bunch crossings, maximum 255 (default 0)
 
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