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Low-Cost Optoacoustic Tomography System with Programmable Acoustic Delay-Line

@article{Jiang2020LowCostOT,
  title={Low-Cost Optoacoustic Tomography System with Programmable Acoustic Delay-Line},
  author={Daohuai Jiang and Hengrong Lan and Yiyun Wang and Feng Gao and Fei Gao},
  journal={arXiv: Instrumentation and Detectors},
  year={2020}
}
Photoacoustic tomography (PAT) is an emerging technology for biomedical imaging that combines the superiorities of high optical contrast and acoustic penetration. In the PAT system, more photoacoustic (PA) signals are preferred to be detected from full field of view to reconstruct PA images with higher fidelity. However, the requirement for more PA signals detection leads to more time consumption for single-channel scanning based PAT system, or higher cost of data acquisition (DAQ) module for… 

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