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Hung-yin Lin
Hung-yin Lin
07:15 Feb-19-2002
UT instrument(s) needed!!

To whom it may concern,

I need some instruments for liquid suspension ultrasound testing. Here is the list of instruments I needed and the total budget limit up to USD10,000-, but depends on the cost of them.
1. Pulser or amplifier:
a. Voltage peak to peak: >300V
b. Frequency: 1~20MHz or higher
c. Continuous wave, i.e., duty cycle=100%
d. Transducer physical properties: 2.25MHz, Impedance: 378OHM, Phase: -89.9
e. Plug-in Card preferred.

2. Ultrasound Backscattering measurement
a. Frequency: 1~20MHz or higher

3. Ultrasound nonlinearity measurement
a. Frequency: 1~20MHz or higher

If you have any question, comment, suggestion, recommend, or product information, please e-mail me before Feb. 28, 2002. Thank you for your attention.


Hung-yin Lin
e-mail: hung-yin@excite.com



    
 
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Lee Deng
Lee Deng
09:42 Feb-19-2002
Re: UT instrument(s) needed!!
Dear Mr. Lin:

Please visit our web site and check out the PC boards. We can do customized software to meet your requirements.

Regards,

Lee Deng
US Ultratek, Inc.


: To whom it may concern,
.
: I need some instruments for liquid suspension ultrasound testing. Here is the list of instruments I needed and the total budget limit up to USD10,000-, but depends on the cost of them.
: 1. Pulser or amplifier:
: a. Voltage peak to peak: >300V
: b. Frequency: 1~20MHz or higher
: c. Continuous wave, i.e., duty cycle=100%
: d. Transducer physical properties: 2.25MHz, Impedance: 378OHM, Phase: -89.9
: e. Plug-in Card preferred.
.
: 2. Ultrasound Backscattering measurement
: a. Frequency: 1~20MHz or higher
.
: 3. Ultrasound nonlinearity measurement
: a. Frequency: 1~20MHz or higher
.
: If you have any question, comment, suggestion, recommend, or product information, please e-mail me before Feb. 28, 2002. Thank you for your attention.
.
:
: Hung-yin Lin
: e-mail: hung-yin@excite.com
.



    
 
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