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Guo, P. (author), Chang, Z.Y. (author), Noothout, E.C. (author), Vos, H.J. (author), Bosch, Johan G. (author), de Jong, N. (author), Verweij, M.D. (author), Pertijs, M.A.P. (author)
This article presents a compact analog front-end (AFE) circuit for ultrasound receivers with linear-in-dB continuous gain control for time-gain compensation (TGC). The AFE consists of two variable-gain stages, both of which employ a novel complementary current-steering network (CCSN) as the interpolator to realize continuously variable gain....
journal article 2022
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Chen, C. (author), Pertijs, M.A.P. (author)
As medical ultrasound imaging moves from conventional cart-based scanners to new form factors such as imaging catheters, hand-held point-of-care scanners and ultrasound patches, there is an increasing need for integrated transceivers that can be closely integrated with the transducer to provide channel-count reduction, improved signal quality...
journal article 2021
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Tams, Jelle (author)
This work presents a type of low noise amplifiers (LNA) that are used for ultrasound imaging systems. To account for the attenuating nature of ultrasound echo signals, a so-called time gain compensation (TGC) circuit is required. By increasing the gain over time, the output dynamic range is decreased, while the switching artifacts are suppressed...
master thesis 2020
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Kang, E. (author), Tan, M. (author), An, J. (author), Chang, Z.Y. (author), Vince, Philippe (author), Sénégond, Nicolas (author), Mateo, Tony (author), Meynier, Cyril (author), Pertijs, M.A.P. (author)
This article presents a low-noise transimpedance amplifier (TIA) designed for miniature ultrasound probes. It provides continuously variable gain to compensate for the time-dependent attenuation of the received echo signal. This time-gain compensation (TGC) compresses the echo-signal dynamic range (DR) while avoiding imaging artifacts...
journal article 2020
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Jiang, Qiyou (author)
This work presents a low-noise amplifier (LNA) for ultrasound imaging with built-in continuous time-gain compensation (TGC), which compensates for the time-dependent attenuation of the received echo signal and thus significantly reduces its dynamic range (DR). The proposed design combines the LNA and TGC functions in a single variable-gain...
master thesis 2019
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Saha, A. (author)
The motivation behind this thesis is that cardio-vascular diseases claim the highest number of lives each year globally. In order to enhance the accuracy in diagnosis, construction of 3D images of the heart is required. From these images, precise information can be obtained regarding the 3D anatomy of the heart and its functioning. Trans...
master thesis 2013
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Jiajian, Y. (author)
This is a master thesis about the time-gain-compensation amplifier used for ultrasonic signal processing. It is an important part of the real time 3D echo-cardiography system.
master thesis 2010
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