Monday, January 02, 2006

Noise



Every once in a while I get some noise on a scan. Has anyone else experienced this? Any ideas what caused it? It will usualy goes away when I re-process the Raw data.

3 Comments:

Blogger Amnon said...

Hi Craig,
This is actually one corrupted axial. I had it twise (not in this shape) but only by exporting the study from the equisition station to my working station.
You have the network version.
I'm not familiar with it, but if it exports the study to the server,
this is the point where it can happen.If it doesn't than during the primary reconstruction of this axial,
I suspected it can happen if the computer is occupied by other heavy calculations.
another possibility is noise on your network cables or wireless net, caused by third party.

I hope the sun will show soon & that you'll have no damage !!
Best
Amnon

2:48 PM  
Blogger Craig Dial said...

Amnon,

Thank you for your comments. I will bring it up to Steve and see if he can help me with this. The strange thing is it only happens one in about one hundred scans. And when I re-process the Raw, it is fixed.

7:25 AM  
Blogger Craig Dial said...

Sorry, I put my comments in the wrong spot!!!

Amnon,

Thanks for the comments. I will have Steve look into this and see if he can solve the problem. Strangley, this only happens once in about one hundred scans.....

7:29 AM  

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