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Principles of Digital X-ray Imaging Principles of Digital X-ray Imaging

Principles of Digital X-ray Imaging

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Principle

With digital X-ray imaging, X-ray photons that interact with the detector are converted to a digital signal. This permits to record digital radiographies. With this experiment, the principles of digital detectors for X-ray imaging are laid out.

Tasks

  1. Define a good exposure time.
  2. Calibrate the detector
  3. Take some radiographies of an object and process the images with the image viewer

What you can learn about

  • Exposure time
  • Detector saturation
  • Full well capacity
  • Detector calibration
  • Beam intensity
  • Detector offset
  • Pixel specific gain
  • Attenuation and transmission
  • Image processing
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p2550101e.pdf Experiment guide, English 942.33 KB

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