Author: Polli, J.M.
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THBPA03 The Back-End Computer System for the Medipix Based PI-MEGA X-Ray Camera 1149
  • H.D. de Almeida, D. P. Magalhaes, M.A.L. Moraes, J.M. Polli
    LNLS, Campinas, Brazil
  The Brazilian Synchrotron, in partnership with BrPhotonics, is designing and developing pi-mega, a new X-Ray camera using Medipix chips, with the goal of building very large and fast cameras to supply Sirius' new demands. This work describes the design and testing of the back end computer system that will receive, process and store images. The back end system will use RDMA over Ethernet technology and must be able to process data at a rate ranging from 50 Gbps to 100 Gbps per pi-mega element. Multiple pi-mega elements may be combined to produce a large camera. Initial applications include tomographic reconstruction and coherent diffraction imaging techniques.  
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