X-ray systems

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X-ray systems

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create high resolution X-ray systems with advanced wireless connectivity features.

Design requirements

Modern X-ray systems often require:

  • Lower power dissipation and high performance for improved image quality.
  • Improved sensitivity to minimize patient dose and unnecessary repeated testing.
  • Interoperability and connectivity with existing medical office or hospital infrastructure.

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More literature Using TI's Embedded Processor Software Toolkit for Medical Imaging (MED-STK) 26 May 2010
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More literature Medical Imaging Tools provide fast, easy ultrasound development (Rev. B) 19 Jan 2012
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More literature Picture it: DSPs in medical imaging (Rev. C) 12 Jul 2013
More literature Clocking for Medical Ultrasound Systems (Rev. A) PDF | HTML 11 May 2022
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More literature 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

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