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Heather
Heather
06:37 Aug-11-2003
Design a Ultrasonic Analyser/pulser circuit

Hi friends:
Currently I am using 5052UA ultrasonic analyser for testing. I am working on developing a compltee hardware card, which includes transducer exciter on it. Trying to make a compact automated ultrasonic testing equipment. DO anyone have existing circuit design for it. Your information will prove valuable for me in devloping a good ndt device and you'll be acknowledged in me research work.


 
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Joerg Schulze-Clewing
Joerg Schulze-Clewing
00:03 Aug-15-2003
Re: Design a Ultrasonic Analyser/pulser circuit
Heather, it is best to obtain a typical circuit from maybe an older medical system. I won't be able to supply one because of confidentiality but since you are probably doing this in a university setting maybe you could contact another university about it. One very good starting point would be Dr. Katherine Ferrara at UC Davis in California. She is very well known in the ultrasound world.

http://www.bme.ucdavis.edu/profile/kwferrara

Another hint: When designing the front end receiver one very good chip to do it with is the Analog Devices AD603. Has lots of bandwidth, log gain control and cost just a few Dollars.

Good luck with your project,

Joerg Schulze-Clewing.

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: Hi friends:
: Currently I am using 5052UA ultrasonic analyser for testing. I am working on developing a compltee hardware card, which includes transducer exciter on it. Trying to make a compact automated ultrasonic testing equipment. DO anyone have existing circuit design for it. Your information will prove valuable for me in devloping a good ndt device and you'll be acknowledged in me research work.
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ji xuan rong
ji xuan rong
03:46 Dec-14-2003
Re: Design a Ultrasonic Analyser/pulser circuit
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: Heather.i am using the 5052ua ultrasonic analyzer for tranducer testing,too.I am in china, guangdong province ,shantou city.May be we can help each other, and be a friend.
now,i havn't any design,but if i get one i will send it to you.


 
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semsem
semsem
09:06 Nov-26-2005
hello
please send me pulser circuit of ultrasound imaging


 
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