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Bo J Pettersson

from Brookfield, WI
Age ~62

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  • 925 Havenwood Ct, Brookfield, WI 53005 (262) 786-6669
  • 11045 Cathedral Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53226 (414) 259-8945
  • 2346 64Th St, Milwaukee, WI 53213
  • Wauwatosa, WI

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Bo Pettersson

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Address:
925 Havenwood Ct, Brookfield, WI 53005
VIN:
2G1WU58R079143814
Make:
CHEVROLET
Model:
IMPALA
Year:
2007

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Bo Pettersson

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Location:
Greater Milwaukee Area
Industry:
Medical Devices

Publications

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System Architecture For Medical Imaging Systems

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US Patent:
6348793, Feb 19, 2002
Filed:
Nov 6, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/706963
Inventors:
William Balloni - Menomonee Falls WI
Josef Debbins - Waukesha WI
Robert Haworth - Brookfield WI
Paul Licato - Wauwatosa WI
Graeme C. McKinnon - Hartland WI
Bo J. Pettersson - Wauwatosa WI
Lawrence Ploetz - Brookfield WI
Mark Radick - Muskego WI
Assignee:
GE Medical Systems Global Technology, Company, LLC - Waukesha WI
International Classification:
G01V 300
US Classification:
324309, 324322
Abstract:
A medical imaging system includes a workstation for receiving operator inputs that prescribe a scan and a plurality of servers which control the acquisition of image data and the reconstruction of prescribed images. The workstation is programmed in Java™ to produce scan descriptions that are downloaded to the servers prior to run time using a serialization mechanism.

Method And Apparatus Of Mr Data Acquisition Using Ensemble Sampling

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US Patent:
6564081, May 13, 2003
Filed:
Oct 31, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/682913
Inventors:
Frederick J. Frigo - Waukesha WI
Bruce D. Collick - Madison WI
Louis M. Frigo - Brookfield WI
Michael R. Hartley - Pewaukee WI
Bo Pettersson - Waukesha WI
Assignee:
GE Medical Systems Global Technology Co. LLC - Waukesha WI
International Classification:
A61B 5055
US Classification:
600410, 324307, 324309
Abstract:
The present invention provides a system and method of increasing the sampling rate for MR data acquisition. By implementing ensemble sampling techniques, the present invention provides higher data sampling rates that are useful for several MR data acquisition applications including Echo Planar Imaging, Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, and Sensitivity Encoding Imaging (SENSE) techniques. By multiplying an MR signal by a series of pure sinusoids having the same frequency but shifted by an incremental phase, the MR signal may be separated into a number of channels which can be sampled at lower rates by analog-to-digital converters. The output from the converters may then be reconstructed using one of a number of interpolation techniques to create a single digital channel with increased bandwidth. The single channel with increased bandwidth may then be used to acquire MR data with an improved sampling rate.

Diagnostic Device Including A Method And Apparatus For Bio-Potential Noise Cancellation Utilizing The Patients Respiratory Signal

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US Patent:
6675036, Jan 6, 2004
Filed:
Jul 18, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/682091
Inventors:
Kevin Scott Kreger - Milwaukee WI
Bo Johan Pettersson - Wauwatosa WI
Assignee:
GE Medical Systems, Inc. - Waukesha WI
International Classification:
A61B 505
US Classification:
600413
Abstract:
A diagnostic medical imaging device including a signal processor that includes an adaptive filter noise canceler that is used to reduce the additive electrical noise on low power bio-potential signals caused by a patients respiration. A noise reference signal associated with the patients respiration is adaptively filtered with only minimal time delay and subtracted from a noisy bio-potential signal that is acquired from the patient. The resultant signal is a clean bio-potential signal that may be used for, among other things, triggering an MRI scan. The noise reference signal is received by an adaptive filter having adjustable filter coefficients. The filter coefficients are adjusted using the clean bio-potential signal that acts an error signal.

System For Correlation Of Mr Images With Physiological Data

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US Patent:
6845261, Jan 18, 2005
Filed:
Apr 23, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/840361
Inventors:
Bo Pettersson - Wauwatosa WI,
Robert Holden Haworth - Brookfield WI,
Assignee:
General Electric Company - Schenectady NY
International Classification:
A61B 316
US Classification:
600413
Abstract:
An MR system correlates MR images with acquired physiological data. MR image data and physiological data is acquired through two independent pipelines. Both pipelines range from analog to digital conversion to image or data display. The pipelines are synchronized by triggers calculated from data contained in the physiological pipeline which are then used to trigger the acquisition of data in the MR image pipeline. Another embodiment includes time synchronization of a distributed acquisition and processing system having the ability to correlate physiological and MR data using a common time base and the ability to selectively store physiological data. Simplified network time protocol is used to synchronize timers and a separate data conduit is used for sending physiological data to the data store process. This supports different modes of synchronization between acquisition and the physiological signal.

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Bio-Dynamic Agriculture: An Introduction

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Author

Bo D. Pettersson

ISBN #

0880101555

Percy Barnevik: Makten, Myten, Manniskan

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Bo Pettersson

ISBN #

9188595145

Handelsmannen: Sa Skapade Erling Och Stefan Persson Sitt Modeimperium

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Bo Pettersson

ISBN #

9188595900

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