We also worked through the amplifier and power control boards.
The power board isolates the input power supply from the internal circuits of the amplifier to produce ±12V and ±200V DC voltages for all amplifier boards. We selected a system of converters and added a voltage regulation and measurement unit to monitor the parameters in the control board.
We modified the amplifier board and found a more suitable element base for this task. The board is connected differentially to the fission chamber, and the output is a current signal converted to a voltage with a boost factor of about 100kV/A or 100V/mA.
A controller board was added for remote control of the amplifier and additional equipment.
Finally, we created a system of four microelectronic boards: power board, amplifier board, fiber optic transmitter board, and amplifier controller board.