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Giovannetti G., Hartwig V., Viti V., Gaeta G., Francesconi R., Landini L., Benassi A. Application of undersampling technique for the design of an NMR signals digital receiver. In: Concepts in Magnetic Resonance Part B-Magnetic Resonance Engineering, vol. 29B pp. 107 - 114. Wiley Periodicals, Inc (eds.). Wiley, 2006.
 
 
Abstract
(English)
In this article, undersampling technique theory and design, realization, and workbench test of a low-cost digital MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) receiver are reported. The authors first discuss classic analog receiver architecture, reporting its disadvantages, and then present a receiver with a complete description of the electronic circuit. The intended use of the subsystem should be as a radiofrequency (RF) receiver chain in a low-cost dedicated MRI scanner (e.g., suitable for musculoskeletal limbs studies). The digital receiver consists of a passband (antialiasing) lter, an ADC (analog to digital converter) to digitalize the signal with the undersampling technique, and a DDC (digital down converter) for the frequency translation and filtering to process the signal using a PC. The use of the DDC guarantees perfect signals quadrature and high-performance filtering; moreover, it is adaptable to each modification of the system because of its programmability. Detailed specifications and hardware design of the digital receiver that is designed to be used in a dedicated MR scanner is provided, guaranteeing top performance and low cost.
URL: http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/jhome/102521729?CRETRY=1&SRETRY=0
Subject Undersampling technique
Magnetic Resonance
Digital receiver


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