An adaptive inverse filtering technique has been incorporated into a medical ultrasound B-scan scheme that used a linear frequency modulated pulse for imaging. Resolution improvement is demonstrated with imaging experiments on wire targets and tissue-mimicking phantoms.
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Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science (COS)
Venkatraman, S. and Rao, Navalgund, "Combining pulse compression and adaptive drive signal design to inverse filter the transducer system response and improve resolution in medical ultrasound" (1996). Journal of Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing,Accessed from
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