This section describes the G50 and the G60 S ultrasound systems and their
respective features, specifications, and options.
These systems both provide the following features:
2D imaging in fundamental and harmonic modes
Color Doppler Velocity mode
Power Doppler mode
Directional Doppler mode
PW spectral Doppler mode
MultiHertz multiple frequency imaging with three selectable transmit fre-
1.1 The G50
The SONOLINE G50 imaging system is a general purpose, high resolution
digital ultrasound system which uses a Microsoft Windows® operating system.
This ultrasound system supports linear and convex arrays using two ports.
The G50 is an economical version of the G60 S. It supports various options, but
it cannot be upgraded to the G60 S.
Table 1-1 lists the features available with the G60 S that are not present on the
G50; see Table 1-2 for a comparison of the G50 and the G60 S specifications.
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quencies; resolution and speed selection for standard, penetration, and
Note: See "Installation Procedure" (page A-1) for instructions on unpacking,
installing, and licensing of the G50 and the G60 S.
Table 1-1 G60 S Features Not Present on G50
G60 S Feature
MultiBeam formation in B-mode or Color
Parallel or quad color processing
Precision motion capture
SynAps synthetic aperture
Linear B-mode steering
CINE memory with P4-2 511
C6-2 abdominal transducer
G50 Feature or Comment
G50 uses C5-2
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