Webinar: Ultrasound pulsers for NDT and medical applications

From ASICs to ASSPs, learn how high-performance ultrasound pulser ICs make ultrasound imaging applications accessible to everyone

Ultrasound can be used to measure distance, identify direction, and evaluate the size, speed and movement of objects.

During this one-hour video, the theoretical foundations of ultrasound imaging and its underlying physics will be presented. We will also provide a theoretical and practical explanation of ultrasound imaging in the medical and industrial fields, together with an introduction to ST's portfolio of application-specific standard products for ultrasound imaging.

 

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Speaker

Piercarlo Scimonelli joined STMicroelectronics in 1999, and since 2012 has been the Product Marketing Manager for Analog Products. Based in Schaumburg, Illinois, Piercarlo’s main focus is on DC-DC power management, Operational Amplifiers and Analog Power ICs.