R3
MEDISON PORTABLE ULTRASOUND
SONOACE R3
Powerful Imaging
- FSI™ (Full Spectrum Imaging)
- SRF™ (Speckle Reduction Filter)
- Harmonic Imaging/ Pulse Inversion Harmonic Imaging
- QuickScan™
Compact Design
1. Full-Featured Workflow
- Shortcut and functional key groupings
- Standby mode for rapid boot-up
- Thumbnail menu
- DICOM 3.0 compatible image filing
- QuickScan™
- Cine save & play

2. Optimized System Architecture
- Compact design for high maneuverability
- Wide view 15 inch LCD monitor 
- 2 probe ports
- Carrying handle 
- 3 USB ports
- 4 wheels swivel cart (or trolley)

3. User friendly design
- Customizable measurement package and body markers
- Storage manager 
- Backlit control keys and qwerty KBD


Synthetic Aperture
- Synthetic aperture control is a method for overcoming the limit of the physical channel in software methods. As shown in Diagram, to create one scan line, TX and RX works are performed twice.
Harmonic Imaging
- The basic theory of the harmonic imaging is that body tissue reflects ultrasound signals at frequencies at twice the scanning frequency, or the second harmonic with scanning frequency. harmonic imaging is the advanced technology of conventional harmonic imaging.
Full spectrum imaging
- Spectrum imaging is designed for imaging by considering the entire frequency territory that the probe supports no matter how the TX frequency is designated. The frequency range can be broadened for better penetration and resolution.


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R3 BROCHURE