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Analyzes the received signal of each channel in real-time, and suppresses signals that disturb the imaging.
Distinguishes and removes acoustic noise by analyzing signal changes accompanying movement of the living body. This enables clearer visualization of tissue structures.
Improves spatial resolution and depth by broadening the harmonic frequency bandwidth.
Tissue Harmonic signals contain a coupled wave that includes both high-frequency harmonic signals and low-frequency subharmonic signals. HITACHI’s broadband technology expands the Wideband Pulse Inversion (WPI) bandwidth, making it possible to use low-frequency subharmonic signals that are otherwise excluded from imaging. This improves resolution and sensitivity when scanning deep areas, compared to imaging using conventional tissue harmonic methods.
Enhances visualization of tissue boundaries by transmitting beams in multiple directions, thus reducing artifacts experienced when using a single beam path.
Emphasizes structural boundaries and enhances contrast resolution to produce images with greater clarity.
High spatial resolution produces an accurate display of blood flow confined within the vessel walls, even in fine vessels.
Offers a wider field of view with linear transducers, enhancing the visualization of vessels, organs, and the tissues around them.
M-mode can be displayed using any cursor orientation, enabling the comparison of wall motion or value excursion from multiple angles in the same heartbeat.
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