The JUNO large PMT readout electronics and trigger.

Marini F.

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The Jiangmen Undergroung Neutrino Laboratory (JUNO) is a multipurpose neutrino experiment, whose main aim is the discovery of the neutrino mass hierarchy. It consists in detecting a reactor anti-neutrino with a 20 kton of liquid scintillator detector, surrounded by 18000 PMTs. To fullfill the requirements, the data readout electronics is based on intelligent PMTs, thanks to their connection to the Global Control Unit (GCU) board, featuring an on-board FPGA. This will preserve the PMT signal integrity and perform a first online analysis on the data. The contribution introduces an overview of the JUNO large PMTs readout electronics, its functionalities and requirements needed.

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