The technology uses an inverse filter solution to eliminate the speckle
phenomenon and poor resolution dependency on the pulse length and width, to
produce SURUS (super-resolution ultrasound) images. This technology has
applications for creating higher resolution images for ultrasounds, radar, sonar
and other pulse-echo imaging systems.
Currently a number of imaging systems exhibit speckle phenomenon that creates a
pattern of nulls and peaks that are difficult to interpret. Additionally most
imaging systems have poor resolution dependency on the pulse length and width.
This technology eliminates both of those limitations, through the use of an
inverse filter solution. This technology can by applied to many existing
ultrasound and other pulse-echo imaging systems with little modification. With
this technology the images produced have 6 to 10 times better resolution, as
well as vastly improved visual appearance due to the elimination of