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Postby Zoe Arabshahi » Thu Jun 09, 2016 3:51 am

Hello and a question,
Happy to join this useful and informative environment
I am Zoe, a researcher at Queensland University of Technology. I am conducting a part of my experiments using ultrasound. I am totally new with ultrasound and struggling to find a way to save the echoes. The problem is that I need to save the echoes from one subject which is changing by time. The echo should be saved in each second during the time of experiment.
First, I though I might be able to use the ''micro recorder". But I figured out that it is not doable because of two reasons:
1. It is not fast to save the changes in the echo in each in every second.
2. capturing the echo will stop once an echo is saved. So, it delays everything.

I was wondering if anybody knows a solution for that?

Thanks in advance
Zoe
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Re: Introduce myself

Postby Martyn » Thu Jun 09, 2016 10:06 am

Which PicoScope device do you have, and what transducers are you intending to use ?
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Re: Introduce myself

Postby Zoe Arabshahi » Thu Jun 09, 2016 11:59 pm

Hi,

Thanks for the reply.

I am using Ultrasonic Pulser-Receivers 5072PR (Olympus NDT INC, USA) which connected to an oscilloscope PicoScope 5204 (Pico Technology, UK) and a personal computer via USB 2.0 port running PicoScopeÒ6 software. A 10 MHz (V129-RM) and 20 MHz (V116-RM) ultrasound contact transducer (Panametric, Olympus NDT INC, USA) is used for doing experiments.

Waiting for your response

I will upload a video clip of the echo and its changes within time.

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Re: Introduce myself

Postby Martyn » Sun Jun 12, 2016 5:52 pm

Have seen your new post in the moderation queue, one I have checked the link I will be able to approve the post and provide some assistance.
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Re: Introduce myself

Postby Zoe Arabshahi » Mon Jun 13, 2016 12:09 am

Hi

Highly appreciated Martin.

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