Up-to-date Tag and UID dictionary classes with latest edition of the DICOM standard.
Stream large images with reduced heap memory usage with frame converters.
Setup associations and communicate with peer DICOM devices.
Support for many retired features of previous versions of the DICOM standard.
4GB in-memory image support and java-native RLE and JPEG14 implementation.
Support for extended and replacement character sets including Japanese,Chinese and Korean.
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An introduction to JDT with examples.
Reference Javadoc of all public classes and methods.
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Trispark is a software component development company located in Belgium near the city of Antwerp.
Recognizing the need for a commercially supported DICOM toolkit in java and building upon years of experience in the field of medical imaging, we founded the company in 1998, then called Softlink, to build and maintain the 'Java DICOM toolkit'. A few years later, we changed the name Softlink into Trispark.
Since then our toolkit has matured into a solid base for developers seeking to build DICOM software in java.