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Digital Radiography (DR) Technology
The simplest way to describe the basis of digital technology is to relate to the personal digital camera.

Before the digital age, people had cameras that had to be loaded with bulky rolls of film, that not only were difficult to load but you were unable to manipulate, delete or view each image upon capture. You then had to get the film developed using a lot of chemicals before you could see your finished product. And at that point, you still had processed film strips to archive for future reference.

With the introduction of digital technology you can now take your picture, view it within seconds, manipulate it and have the option of sharing it electronically with friends and family. All without the use of environmentally damaging and expensive chemicals and the commitment of storing your processed film.

NOVA is committed to providing our affordable DR technology to medical, orthopaedic, chiropractic and veterinary communities all over the world.
NOVA has developed patented Digital Radiography (DR) technology that not only provides high resolution X-ray images, but at a much lower radiation dose than older film, Computed Radiography (CR) and even many DR technologies.

By using a single CCD detector that has up to 16 Megapixels digitized at 16 bits per pixel, the NOVA Digivision Digital Radiography technology is able to produce an excellent dynamic range in each X-ray with over 16,384 shades of gray. Additionally with 100% fill factor in each pixel, there is maximum efficiency attained and lower radiation needed to capture the image.

 
CCD Technology
DR vs. CR
CCD vs. Flat Panel
Benefits
DR Technical Background
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