Multi-Sensor Digital X-Ray Receivers

1Miroshnichenko, SI
1Nevgasimiy, AA
1Teleoptic, Ltd., Research and Production Association, Kyiv
Sci. innov. 2014, 10(2):37-44
Section: The World of Innovations
Language: English

The multi-sensor structures have been successfully used in manufacture of digital receivers. A lot of sensors forming the partial image allowed the researchers to obtain the optimal parameters of radiographic, mammographic, and fluoroscopic receivers. The paper deals with analysis of multi-sensor structure properties, substantiation of options of their implementation, and noise attenuation in X-ray receivers.

Keywords: and multi-sensor receivers, digital receivers, digital X-ray receivers, flat panels

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