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The Use of FPGA in Drift Chambers for High Energy Physics Experiments

By Gianluigi Chiarello, Claudio Chiri, Giuseppe Cocciolo, Alessandro Corvaglia, Francesco Grancagnolo, Marco Panareo, Aurora Pepino and Giovanni Francesco Tassielli

Submitted: June 1st 2016Reviewed: November 11th 2016Published: May 31st 2017

DOI: 10.5772/66853

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