An alternative to increase the effectiveness of in-class delivery methods can be hands-on educational tools. This senior project is an upgrade of an older version of an Ultrasound imaging system that will be used for educational purposes by college students. The system will allow students to gain access to a tool that can produce a better understanding of ultrasound technology, the process of capturing images and electronics involved. Certain parts of the older system were replaced to achieve improved flexibility, modularity, and better control. Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) were considered for improving the system. Altera DE0-naon FPGA was chosen to produce high precision synchronous signals and replace the older Timing Electronics.