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Chips Enable Noise, Power Customization


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Chips Enable Noise, Power Customization


Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) offers the AD9272 eight-channel receiver for cart-based ultrasound equipment and the AD9273 for portable systems. To increase options for device designers, ADI has made the noise and power characteristics of both chips customizable for any given mode, probe, or power requirement. (Video courtesy of Analog Devices Inc.)
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