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AFE5816EVM: Ultrasound probe used in combination with evaluation board

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Part Number: AFE5816EVM

We want to make a portable medical ultrasonic testing equipment. In the scheme stage, we have seen AFE5816. We hope to make a preliminary evaluation with the evaluation board. We hope to recommend the brand model of the matching ultrasonic probe for testing the evaluation board.

  • Hello Zhang,

    I am not sure if there are any questions related to the AFE5816EVM in your post.

    Can you please clarify?

    Regards

    Praveen

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  • In reply to Praveen Aroul:

    Hi Ping, 

    maybe you can take a look at this app note for more informaiton. AFE5832LP and TX7332 are recommended. 

    ABSTRACT Ultrasound imaging is widely used in both medical and industry applications. In the past decade, highlyintegrated System-on-Chips have replaced many discrete circuits. Ultrasound analog front end and transmitter chips have achieved over 80% reductions in power and size. These advancements push ultrasound technology from niche radiology applications to broad point-of-care applications, such as the convenience of smart ultrasound probes connected with smartphones or pads. This application report discusses TI’s latest 32-CH analog front end and transmitter, the AFE5832LP and TX7332, respectively. These parts enable integration for all electronics with a true 32 to 64-CH digital beamformer in a transducer while achieving very low power. The parts also enable system designers and doctors to deliver immediate, high-quality medical image care for patients who lack hospital access.

    Thanks!

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