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Pulses Timestamp Recorder and Pulses Sequence Generator

The PTR is an instrument to evaluate and store the time period between the pulses originated either by Neutron (TTL) or Gamma (Analog) acquisition chains.

This information is next used to perform additional data analysis on the acquired data stream such as correlating gamma pulses with their daughter products. Therefore a new electronic is needed in order to acquire either TTL pulse (Neutron) or analog signal (gamma).

The PSG is a pulses generator that reiterates the sequence of neutrons events described by a List Mode file and with a correct time resolution will allow us to use programs such as INCC to perform in combination with the isotopic composition Pu Mass calculation as done by the inspectors.

  • Type
    Negotiated (low to middle value) - to be launched
  • Institute/Directorate
    JRC.G.II - G.II.7

Business sector (CPV)

  • 48100000: Industry specific software package
  • 31710000: Electronic equipment


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  • Indicative Launch Date
  • Deadline for registration

Registrations CLOSED by 01/08/2018

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