The article describes the waveform monitoring complex of the linear induction accelerator designed for radiographic experiments. The equipment of the complex allows recording waveforms of hundreds of pulsed signals with duration of tens of nanoseconds to tens of milliseconds, which provides comprehensive information on the operation of the accelerator. The article addresses a wide range of issues: architecture of the waveform monitoring complex, types of primary sensors, techniques of analog signal transmission with low distortion, hardware, software, and methods of data processing.
- 1.03 PHYSICAL SCIENCES AND ASTRONOMY
- 2.11.IF ENGINEERING, MULTIDISCIPLINARY
- 2.11.OA INSTRUMENTS & INSTRUMENTATION