Time domain compressive beam forming of ultrasound signals.

  title={Time domain compressive beam forming of ultrasound signals.},
  author={Guillaume David and Jean-Luc Robert and Bo Zhang and Andrew F. Laine},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  volume={137 5},
Ultrasound imaging is a wide spread technique used in medical imaging as well as in non-destructive testing. The technique offers many advantages such as real-time imaging, good resolution, prompt acquisition, ease of use, and low cost compared to other techniques such as x-ray imaging. However, the maximum frame rate achievable is limited as several beams must be emitted to compute a single image. For each emitted beam, one must wait for the wave to propagate back and forth, thus imposing a… CONTINUE READING
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