The UltraVision is based on a Windows PC operating system and DirectX11 which can be implemented in any PC with sufficient resources.  The minimum recommended resources is the seventh generation Intel I7 which incorporates a Graphical Processing Unit (GPU) and a Thunderbolt interface.


       We normally supply the Research Platform with a Dell XPS15 connected to the console via Thunderbolt.  This allows the uploading of image data at 400 mega bytes per second.


         The research platform may be purchased with an Application Programming Interface (API) that allows user control of most functions including transmit control.


Basic Ultrasound Science This allows the user to explore algorithms based on real time data directly from the Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA). These may be RF channel data, RF acoustic line data, cross-correlation shifts detected in the RF data. Analog to digital (ADC) data is supplied at 40 or 60 MHz and can be stored and operated on by mathematical functions within the FPGA or its 4GByte attached memory.
Biomedical Teaching Science The UltraVision has a Channel Scope feature that can display every digitization from every Channel or ADC. This can be magnified from say a 14 bit amplitude by a 4096 digitization's by 64 ADCs to practically 3 bits by 10 digitizations anywhere in the field. The example to the left shows 16 digitizations and 16 bits of amplitude from a wire both at 40 MHz and Interpolated to 160 MHz.
Photoacoustics The UltraVision supports simultaneous acquisition of ultrasound and photoacoustic data. It synchronizes from a a TTL input or output or a photodiode. Multiple modes are available.

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UltraVision Corporation is an accredited ISO13485:2016 / ISO 9001: 2015 manufacturer of medical ultrasound systems