Analog Devices Maximizes Image Quality and Power Performance Across Multiple Ultrasound Platforms

Published: Sep 08, 2008

NORWOOD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--As hospitals, medical clinics, and mobile emergency units increasingly rely on high-performance and portable ultrasound equipment for routine, preventative, and acute medical care, ultrasound equipment designers must meet new and varied demands for a better balance between image quality and power efficiency. Addressing this need, the leading provider of data conversion technology and longtime collaborator to the medical imaging industry, Analog Devices, Inc. (NYSE: ADI), is announcing two new products, both eight-channel (octal) ultrasound receivers. The AD9272 features the industry’s lowest terminated noise for high- and mid-end cart-based ultrasound equipment that need superior image quality, and the AD9273 is the most power-efficient device in its class for addressing the requirements of portable ultrasound systems.

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