acoustic imaging


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acoustic imaging

[ə′küs·tik ′im·ij·iŋ]
(acoustics)
The use of ultrasound to produce real-time images of the internal structure of a metallic or biological object that is opaque to light. Also known as sonography; ultrasonic imaging; ultrasonography.
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When cracks caused by the panel separation process are suspected of causing field failures, their role can be clarified by first performing acoustic imaging on unmounted MLCCs, preferably from the same lot.
Fang said acoustic imaging is somewhat analogous to optical imaging in that bending sound is similar to bending light.
Furthermore, when combined with the acoustic imaging systems provided by Teledyne Benthos, TSS' products can increase the accuracy of ocean floor mapping.
The group is positioned to provide complete solutions and offer a full range of acoustic solutions for new vessel builds for research, deep water, offshore and seismic surveys and all with state-of-the-art technology including high power multi-ping capable Multibeam Echosounders with ice-protection and advanced deep-water Sub Bottom Profilers, said Kim Lehmann, President Teledyne Marine Acoustic Imaging Group and Teledyne RESON Group.
ST JOHN'S, Canada, July 31 /PRNewswire/ -- PanGeo Subsea announced today they have secured a multi-million dollar investment to support ongoing commercialization of its innovative acoustic imaging technology and to increase its product offerings.
One can monitor the tissue excavation and target it in real time with acoustic imaging.
He previously worked for 17 years in Texas Instruments' Central Research Labs where he managed FIB, SEM, TEM, scanning laser, acoustic microscopy and packaging research activities, and pioneered the application of acoustic imaging for IC package inspection.
Robert Mehrabian, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Teledyne said, This acquisition further strengthens our marine acoustic imaging business, and significantly enhances our deep water sonar capabilities.
0 GHz dual-core Intel Pentium D processor 830, dual Gigabit Ethernet and SATA II RAID-0 hard drive configurations for applications requiring high-speed streaming to disk, such as acoustic imaging and RF spectral monitoring.
The Sequoia 512 system provides clinicians with maximized diagnostic information and increased exam efficiency through a high density, front-end design, and advanced acoustic imaging technologies.
Tetsuka served as President and CEO of Acoustic Imaging Technologies Corp.
company Acoustic Imaging, a move that in itself expanded B-K Medical's space requirements.