Nuclear Data Acquisition
Whether it’s time-of-flight or gamma spectroscopy, nuclear science experiments are complicated. Scientists orchestrate a daunting assortment of detectors, support electronics, and external signals. Each detector poses its own acquisition requirements. Arrays expand and channel counts can grow into the 100s, even the 1000s. Your biggest challenge is synchronizing the torrent of analog and digital signals. Your best bet is a single data acquisition system.
Every experiment is different. You need flexible systems that adapt to almost any need.
Experiments can run for months. Your acquisition needs to be up to the task.
Focus on physics, not plumbing. A single acquisition system lets you concentrate on the data.