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hirotaka.yuzurihara - 23:46 Sunday 27 February 2022 (19906) Print this report
Cont. : Investigation of behavior of GreenX during 2/14(Mon.)

This is a continuation of previous work (klog#19859).

I performed the Hveto again, by considering several comments from Ushiba-san and Akutsh-san.

Here are the updates.

* I added the channels related Green laser control and PR3 oplev. For the used channel list, please check here. The unsafe-channels are channels that are considered to be correlated and have been removed from this analysis. 

* From the Hveto result, the channel (K1:IMC-SERVO_MIXER_DAQ_OUT_DQ) was the round winner which is the most coincident channel with the lock loss of GreenX.

* As a quick check, glitches on K1:IMC-SERVO_MIXER_DAQ_OUT_DQ happened earlier than glitch on GreenX (K1:TMS-X_GR_PDA1_OUT_DQ). These were done by checking the glitch time obtained by Omicron. But, this time seems to have an uncertainty. We should confirm this by the other reliable way.

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hirotaka.yuzurihara - 23:50 Sunday 27 February 2022 (19907) Print this report

During this work, I found that the button of Export to CSV which is located in the bottom of the page. If this function works, it will be convenient...

takahiro.yamamoto - 13:53 Monday 28 February 2022 (19916) Print this report
MIXER_DAQ_OUT_DQ is applied 21dB whitening gain at the universal whitening filter chassis.
On the other hand, 3 stages of z10;p1 filters are applied as the digital dewhitening filter.

So it may be better to take into account of the phase delay effect due to the mismatch of whitening-dewhitening
in order to compare the timing of glitch occurrence time in accurately.

MIXER_DAQ is just a monitor channel on the digital system and there is no problem for the IMC control and the calibration of MCL.
We may have to fix de-whitening filters as a proper ones for such kind of analysis...

According to my past klog (klog#16823), 21dB gain is required to avoid the ADC noise limit.
So -21dB should be set as a dewhitening filter, if we want to compensate also the overall gain.
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