This is the Windows app named QtPALS whose latest release can be downloaded as QtPALS-x64-181016-installer.exe. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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PALS software using DRS4 EVM board (http://www.psi.ch/drs/evaluation-board) to determine time between two pulses. Time distance is then send to histogram and evaluated in odher programs likes LT or PALSFit.
2, 3 or 4 detector PALS setup.
DRS4 inputs: Ch1 - Start detector 1274keV, Ch2 - 511keV stop detector1, Ch3 511keV - stop detector 2, Ch4 - external trigger input - after FPGA firmware no external trigger needed.
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