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Our integrated circuits and reference designs for advanced magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) systems help you maximize signal-to-noise-ratio (SNR) and optimize coil and gradient performance to enhance diagnostic capability.

Design requirements

Advanced MRI systems often require:

  • Precise control of the magnetic and radio frequency (RF) field in the system.
  • Reduced scan time and improved form factor to enhance patient comfort.
  • Optimized power consumption and cloud connectivity.

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Technical article Powering medical imaging applications with DC/DC buck converters PDF | HTML 31 Aug 2023
Application note Using TI's Embedded Processor Software Toolkit for Medical Imaging (MED-STK) 26 May 2010
Technical article Create a power supply for an MRI application PDF | HTML 19 Jun 2023
More literature Medical Imaging Tools provide fast, easy ultrasound development (Rev. B) 19 Jan 2012
More literature Picture it: DSPs in medical imaging (Rev. C) 12 Jul 2013
Application note Clocking for Medical Ultrasound Systems (Rev. A) PDF | HTML 11 May 2022
Product overview Industrial Imaging: Applications of the K2H and K2E platforms 09 Nov 2012
White paper Multicore processors bring innovation to portable medical imaging systems 07 Jun 2010
More literature Embedded Processor Software Toolkit for Medical Imaging Ver 2.0 07 Jun 2010
White paper See the difference:DSPs in medical imaging 05 Nov 2008
White paper The future of medical imaging 05 Nov 2008

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