The Paella card is a compact and flexible pulse height analyzer developed and used for several nuclear and elementary particle physics projects at UCL.

The input to the Paella card is the pulse shaping amplifier output. The Paella card digitizes the input, applies real-time digital processing to the signal, detects the peak amplitude (digitally), and bins this value in its histogramming memory, generating an energy spectrum. The spectrum is then transmitted over the USB interface to the user's computer.


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