TITLE

Distributed real time data processing architecture for the TJ-II data acquisition system

AUTHOR(S)
Ruiz, M.; Barrera, E.; López, S.; Machón, D.; Vega, J.; Sánchez, E.
PUB. DATE
October 2004
SOURCE
Review of Scientific Instruments;Oct2004 Part I & II, Vol. 75 Issue 10, p4261
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article describes the performance of a new model of architecture that has been developed for the TJ-II data acquisition system in order to increase its real time data processing capabilities. The current model consists of several compact PCI extension for instrumentation (PXI) standard chassis, each one with various digitizers. In this architecture, the data processing capability is restricted to the PXI controller’s own performance. The controller must share its CPU resources between the data processing and the data acquisition tasks. In the new model, distributed data processing architecture has been developed. The solution adds one or more processing cards to each PXI chassis. This way it is possible to plan how to distribute the data processing of all acquired signals among the processing cards and the available resources of the PXI controller. This model allows scalability of the system. More or less processing cards can be added based on the requirements of the system. The processing algorithms are implemented in LabVIEW (from National Instruments), providing efficiency and time-saving application development when compared with other efficient solutions.
ACCESSION #
14842095

 

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