Join our community of users!
The goal with the Nuclear Imaging Research Community is to work beyond the current systems limitations and develop reference designs that will turn Nutaq’s Digitizers into flexible medical imaging platforms; so that by choosing one of our open-source, community-built, FPGA Reference Design, you can enable different experiments on novel PET or SPECT concepts. To that end, the community developed 3 reference designs so far:
- Oscilloscope mode
- Continuous record mode
- Real-time event processing mode
These reference designs, and others yet to be built, are openly available to education and research communities. Firmware is license-free in order to support commercialization and technology transfer to the industry. Roadmap and future development is steered by users at annual group meetings with new firmware release every 3 months.
The Community includes participants from UCLA Crump Institute, University of Washington St Louis and Sogang University just to name a few.