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Ultrasonix™ provides many Software Development Kits (SDK's) that can be used for research and development. This page contains  a short list of the SDK's and brief descriptions of their functionality.
 
Ultrasonix™ provides many Software Development Kits (SDK's) that can be used for research and development. This page contains  a short list of the SDK's and brief descriptions of their functionality.
  
== Imaging ==
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== Real-time Imaging ==
 
 
 
=== [[Ulterius]] ===
 
=== [[Ulterius]] ===
 
The Ulterius SDK allows users to connect to the research interface software through a TCP/IP connection. The client program can run on the ultrasound system itself or on a remote PC. Some of the advantages to using Ulterius include: access to real-time data, full control over all imaging parameters, and ability to inject processed data back into the system.
 
The Ulterius SDK allows users to connect to the research interface software through a TCP/IP connection. The client program can run on the ultrasound system itself or on a remote PC. Some of the advantages to using Ulterius include: access to real-time data, full control over all imaging parameters, and ability to inject processed data back into the system.
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=== [[Propello]] ===
 
=== [[Propello]] ===
The Propello SDK is used for 3D/4D imaging. This SDK enables the user to control the motor and acquire 3D B-mode, RF, and Doppler data.
 
  
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== Image and Signal Processing ==
 
=== [[Amplio]] ===
 
=== [[Amplio]] ===
 
Amplio is a tool used to process ultrasound data, starting at the RF level through the processing chain of an interpolated ultrasound image. It uses the patented fast scan conversion algorithm designed by Ultrasonix, as well as unique CPU based high-performance image enhancement methods.
 
Amplio is a tool used to process ultrasound data, starting at the RF level through the processing chain of an interpolated ultrasound image. It uses the patented fast scan conversion algorithm designed by Ultrasonix, as well as unique CPU based high-performance image enhancement methods.
  
 
== Peripheral Control ==
 
== Peripheral Control ==
 
 
=== [[Impero]] ===
 
=== [[Impero]] ===
 
The Impero SDK can be used to connect to the Sonix RP console and receive button and slider events from the ultrasound machine. Currently, the SDK supports simple console initialization, event listeners for TGC, push button and dials, alphanumeric keypad backlight control and LED state and colour control. Using the Impero SDK together with the Porta or Texo SDKs, users can  
 
The Impero SDK can be used to connect to the Sonix RP console and receive button and slider events from the ultrasound machine. Currently, the SDK supports simple console initialization, event listeners for TGC, push button and dials, alphanumeric keypad backlight control and LED state and colour control. Using the Impero SDK together with the Porta or Texo SDKs, users can  

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