integrating detector

integrating detector

[′int·ə‚grād·iŋ di′tek·tər]
(electronics)
A frequency-modulation detector in which a frequency-modulated wave is converted to an intermediate-frequency pulse-rate modulated wave, from which the original modulating signal can be recovered by use of an integrator.
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started to consider PAT with circular integrating detectors [10-12] (which can be realized with line-profile transducer) [13].
Photoacoustic Tomography with Circular Integrating Detectors
Scherzer, "Exact reconstruction in photoacoustic tomography with circular integrating detectors II: spherical geometry," Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences, vol.
Previously, X-ray detection in medical imaging has mainly relied on the indirect methods utilized by traditional integrating detectors lacking energy discrimination.
Until now, X-ray detection in medical imaging has mainly relied on the indirect methods utilized by traditional integrating detectors lacking energy discrimination.
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