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  560   Thu Nov 10 19:24:52 2016 Abhishek RajputBreak Statements in DRS4 Binary to ROOT MacroHello,

I am wondering why the code should
be changed to i < sizeof(eh), since doesn't
  
  558   Thu Nov 10 09:56:04 2016 Stefan RittBreak Statements in DRS4 Binary to ROOT MacroHi,

fread() returns the number of bytes
read and zero (I believe) if there is an
  
  557   Thu Nov 10 04:41:24 2016 Abhishek RajputBreak Statements in DRS4 Binary to ROOT MacroHello,

I recently modified the binary
to ROOT convertor written by Stefan (https://midas.psi.ch/elogs/DRS4+Forum/361)
  
  556   Wed Nov 9 19:49:07 2016 Stefan RittMissing HeaderBest is to read this paper: https://arxiv.org/abs/1405.4975

The source code for that is in
DRS.cpp in the DRS software distribution
  
  555   Wed Nov 9 17:19:48 2016 Christian FarinaMissing HeaderThank you Stefan, that was just what I
needed.

Also, I have another question,
  
  554   Tue Nov 8 10:20:52 2016 Stefan RittMissing HeaderThe web page from where you downloaded
the software contains a sentence "requires
libusb-1.0 package". Please install
  
  553   Fri Nov 4 17:41:03 2016 Christian FarinaMissing HeaderHello everybody,

I am completely new to this, so
please bear with me.
  
  552   Fri Oct 28 15:51:59 2016 Stefan RittProblems with DRS command lineNo, I absolutely have no idea. Both DRSOsc
and drscl use exaclty the same code to access
USB.
  
  551   Fri Oct 28 15:02:18 2016 Simon MendischProblems with DRS command line[quote="Stefan Ritt"]
You are the first one describing this problem
(out of ~200 people), so I guess the problem
  
  550   Thu Oct 27 08:29:26 2016 Stefan RittProblems with DRS command line[quote="Alexey Lubinets"]Hello, everybody

I have installed the software for the DRS4
  
  549   Wed Oct 26 21:15:35 2016 Alexey LubinetsProblems with DRS command lineHello, everybody

I have installed the software for the DRS4
  
  548   Tue Oct 11 22:11:26 2016 Stefan Ritttime difference between 2 channels only ~30-35ps @ 5GSmples/sThank you very much! I will check it tomorrow!

-d

Concerning the offset, it looks
  
  547   Tue Oct 11 09:20:04 2016 Stefan Ritttime difference between 2 channels only ~30-35ps @ 5GSmples/sConcerning the offset, it looks to me like
you moved the offset slider slider of channel
1 to a non-zero position. You see that from
  
  546   Tue Oct 11 09:04:33 2016 Danny Petschketime difference between 2 channels only ~30-35ps @ 5GSmples/sHello Stefan,

thanks for the paper. That makes
sense. I thought about sth. like that but
  
  545   Mon Oct 10 12:03:27 2016 Stefan Ritttime difference between 2 channels only ~30-35ps @ 5GSmples/sOk, I got it. The timing resolution is
affected by the signal-to-noise ratio over
the rise-time of your signal. You find the
 Screen_Shot_2016-10-10_at_12.01.03_.pngScreen_Shot_2016-10-10_at_12.01.57_.pngScreen_Shot_2016-10-10_at_12.36.48_.png 
  544   Mon Oct 10 11:30:37 2016 Danny Petschketime difference between 2 channels only ~30-35ps @ 5GSmples/sHello Stefan,

Chn2 & Chn3 were used for delay-determination as
you can see on the second picture.
 allChannels_zero_scaled.pngChn2_Chn3_1ns_delay_scaled.png 
  543   Sun Oct 9 11:39:18 2016 Stefan Ritttime difference between 2 channels only ~30-35ps @ 5GSmples/sCan you post a screenshot of your measurement?

Stefan

  
  542   Sun Oct 9 10:43:35 2016 Danny Petschketime difference between 2 channels only ~30-35ps @ 5GSmples/s(Board Type:9, DRS4)

Hello,

I´m trying to reach the timig
  
  541   Thu Oct 6 15:23:18 2016 Will Flanagan Hi Stefan,

That is exactly what I'm looking
for. Thanks again!
  
  540   Thu Oct 6 11:18:05 2016 Stefan RittTimestamp for each DRS4 waveformIn the mentioned read_binary.cpp file you
have the line where you read the event header

i = fread(&eh, sizeof(eh),
  
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