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Who can provide a 1MHz ultrasound transfer and receive circuit

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xinyuanwanli

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Hi,everyone, I am doing research about fetal doppler ultrasound and I want to use 1MHz ultrasound ,but I do not understand about ultrasound transfer and receive circuit。Who can help me?Thanks!!
 

Mikebits

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Well that is a few seconds of my life I can't get back.
 

ericgibbs

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Have you tried a Google Search for schematics / explanations?

May I remind you recently accused me of being 'rude' to you.

Looking at the Chinese character set embedded in the OP text that the guy has posted, did it not occur to you that he maybe Chinese.:confused:

Its obvious to the rest of us that English is not the OP's first language.!

Your reply, IMHO is downright rude to a new member.
 

xinyuanwanli

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Have you tried a Google Search for schematics / explanations?
I have tried,but the schematics are 40KHz ultrasouund circuit。I think that there are too much difference between 40KHz circuit and 1MHz circuit 。Maybe I am wrong。Do someone can give me advice?Thanks!
 

ericgibbs

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xinyuanwanli

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May I remind you recently accused me of being 'rude' to you.

Looking at the Chinese character set embedded in the OP text that the guy has posted, did it not occur to you that he maybe Chinese.:confused:

Its obvious to the rest of us that English is not the OP's first language.!

Your reply, IMHO is downright rude to a new member.
You are too intelligent!heihei
 

giftiger_wunsch

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Your reply, IMHO is downright rude to a new member.

Are you enjoying your view from up there on the moral highground?


ericgibbs said:
Its obvious to the rest of us that English is not the OP's first language.!

Personally I think his english is very good, it was the unnecessary font size I was attempting to point out while asking what I think was a valid question.

I might add that it seems to have worked since his next message was in a reasonable font size.
 
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Mikebits

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Hi,everyone, I am doing research about fetal doppler ultrasound and I want to use 1MHz ultrasound ,but I do not understand about ultrasound transfer and receive circuit。Who can help me?Thanks!!

This is a very specialized field. I suspect many people will not have the expertise to assist you. In the future it would be nice if you do not use large fonts as it looks like yelling :)
 

ericgibbs

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Are you enjoying your view from up there on the moral highground?

Its not a matter of morality, just good manners, it seems you dont know the difference.

As I have said before, if dont have anything constructive to add to a thread, shut the heck up.
 

giftiger_wunsch

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Its not a matter of morality, just good manners, it seems you dont know the difference.

As I have said before, if dont have anything constructive to add to a thread, shut the heck up.

Thanks for the advice and for the excellent constructive comment there. Is there any other way I might avoid thy divine judgement, O mighty Eric?
 

Mikebits

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I think the transducer/receiver would be the simple part. Real challenge would be the software, I think millions of dollars go into developing something like a fetal ultrasound.
 

giftiger_wunsch

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It seems unlikely that it's the software that costs so much, it's primarily the equipment; though specialised or bespoke software for applications such as these can certainly be pricey.

It depends whether the OP is attempting to build one or simply understand how some of the hardware works. I get the impression it's the latter?
 
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Mikebits

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It seems unlikely that it's the software that costs so much, it's primarily the equipment; though specialised or bespoke software for applications such as these can certainly be pricey.

It depends whether the OP is attempting to build one or simply understand how some of the hardware works. I get the impression it's the latter?

My last company, there were 10 SW folks for every 1 hardware person, and the SW guys made the bigger bucks. SW R&D is the big expense in any large design.
 

ericgibbs

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Thanks for the advice and for the excellent constructive comment there. Is there any other way I might avoid thy divine judgement, O mighty Eric?

hi,
One way you could achieve your goal would be by being less sarcastic to others who consider this forum to be important as source of technical advice to posters asking for help.

If you just want to hang around and chat use the ****-Chat forum or the dedicated Chat link, of course there is always 'twitter' or 'face book'.
 

Mikebits

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