publications by Jeremy J. Dahl.
- Brunke, S.S. and Insana, M.F. and Dahl, J.J. and Hansen, C. and Ashfaq, M. and Ermert, H., An ultrasound research interface for a clinical system,
IEEE Trans. Ultrason. Ferroelectr. Freq. Control (USA), vol. 54 no. 1
pp. 198 - 210  .
(last updated on 2007/04/16)
Under a contract with the National Cancer Institute, we have developed a research interface to an ultrasound system. This ultrasound research interface (URI) is an optional feature providing several basic capabilities not normally available on a clinical scanner. The URI can store high-quality beamformed radio-frequency data to file for off-line processing. Also, through an integrated user interface, the user is provided additional control over the B-mode receive aperture and color flow ensemble size. A third major capability is the ability to record and playback macro files. In this paper, we describe the URI and illustrate its use on three research examples: elastography, computed tomography, and spatial compounding
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