Ultrasound imaging allows for those studying living beings to see inside a subject without causing it harm. This allows for real-time images to be taken, leading to ease of observational research. However, while this technology is beneficial to those who utilize it, the machines used to create and receive ultrasound pulses can be incredibly complex, allowing for precise adjustment of the output signal and various other functions, and therefore expensive. The focus of this senior project is the design of a low-cost pulser for use with an ultrasound transducer. While it does not have all the high-level functions of the original device, it has the same base functionality, most obviously the ability to output a high voltage pulse. The final output signal of the device is of sufficient pulse depth and width to drive an ultrasound transducer. Because this project set out to create a practical, low-cost alternative to the industry machine, one large secondary requirement was cost—the device was constructed using a limited budget.