The portable color ultrasound system everyone can image with.
Now we have shrunk that imaging power down into a compact size package that delivers virtually all the diagnostic capabilities of a conventional cart-based system anywhere
- Synthetic Aperture
- Synthetic aperture control is a method for overcoming the limits of the physical channel in software methods. To create one scan line, TX and RX work is performed twice.
- Harmonic Imaging
- The basic theory of harmonic imaging is that body tissue reflects ultrasound signals at twice the frequency of the scanning frequency, or the second harmonic with scanning frequency. Harmonic imaging is an advanced version of conventional harmonic imaging.
- Full Spectrum Imaging
- Spectrum imaging is designed for imaging by considering the entire frequency territory that the probe supports, no matter how the TX frequency is designated. The frequency range can be broadened for better penetration and resolution.