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Drawing on more than 30 years of experience in ultrasound, Philips has taken advantage of advances in miniaturization to integrate a sophisticated broadband micro-digital beam former and powerful image acquisition module into the transducer.
At the same time, they can extend battery life and meet safety standards while implementing a 128-channel beam former at 40 percent less power than alternative FPGAs.
The display will include a spherical beam former which objectively identifies sound sources across a broad frequency range with both digital and image outputs.
The EVM also allows customers to analyze the outputs through their digital beam former for more complete prototyping.
Superior image quality is achieved through Famio's smart technologies, including the Digital Continuous Beam Former and Tissue Harmonic Imaging.
The integration of Siemens' premium-performance beam former with U-Systems' innovative transducer and image display will produce standardized, high-quality ultrasound images, and enable radiologists to easily read and correlate to mammography exams.
patents in the areas of front-end design, beam formers and power supplies, was awarded the ATL technical fellow award in both 1996 and 1991 and the ATL Presidents award in 1990.
Green Hills Software today announced that its ThreadX(R) Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) and MULTI(R) 2000 Integrated Development Environment (IDE) have been selected by ATL Ultrasound to develop software for a next-generation broadband digital beam former that yields clearer ultrasound resolutions.