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The SonixTABLET [http://www.ultrasonix.com/ultrasound-systems/sonixtablet SonixTABLET] is a compact ultrasound system with a 19” touch screen that can be mounted from the ceiling or wall to preserve floor space. This unique system provides the same premium image quality as higher-end Ultrasonix models.
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The SonixTABLET [http://www.ultrasonix.com/ultrasound-systems/sonixtablet SonixTABLET] is a compact ultrasound system with a 19” touch screen that can be mounted from the ceiling or wall to preserve floor space. The system is packaged with an [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ultrasound_research_interface Ultrasound Research Interface] (URI). The URI is an interface that  
 
 
The SonixTABLET system is packaged with an [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ultrasound_research_interface Ultrasound Research Interface] (URI). The URI is an interface that  
 
 
allows for:
 
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*The use of operational modes not available on a purely clinical system
 
*The use of operational modes not available on a purely clinical system

Revision as of 15:15, 18 August 2011

Introduction

SonixTABLET

The SonixTABLET SonixTABLET is a compact ultrasound system with a 19” touch screen that can be mounted from the ceiling or wall to preserve floor space. The system is packaged with an Ultrasound Research Interface (URI). The URI is an interface that allows for:

  • The use of operational modes not available on a purely clinical system
  • The retrieval and modification of low-level parameters used to generate ultrasound images
  • The acquisition and storage of raw data in a variety of formats

In addition to the URI component, the SonixTABLET Research also has the ability to run special research tools for performing tasks such as:

  • Transducer prototyping
  • Connecting to the system through a network for parameter setting and data capture
  • Low-level ultrasound beam sequencing and control
  • Development of commercial ultrasound applications running on the Sonix platform

Here are some quick specifications that the researcher should be aware of before using the device for research:

  • 128 element transducers (64 on phased-arrays)
  • 256 transmit channels (128 on both positive and negative)
  • 64 receive channels
  • 40 MHz internal clock
  • 14-bit ADC

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