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== Radio Frequency Laboratory of the Wald Group at MGH ==
 
== Radio Frequency Laboratory of the Wald Group at MGH ==
  
Resources in the RF Lab
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This page contains resources for RF coil design, fabrication, and testing related to the work conducted in the RF Lab of the [https://www.nmr.mgh.harvard.edu/lab/mr-pig | Magnetic Resonance Physics and Instrument Group (MR-PIGs)], led by Dr. Lawrence Wald, at the A. A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, USA. 
  
''This page is under construction -- thank you for your patience as we upload materials...''  
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''NEW (August 2020): Version 1 of a low-cost Mini Circuits-based RF low noise preamplifier added''
  
  
* [http://phantoms.martinos.org/Main_Page Link to anthropomorphic phantom wiki]
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''NEW (March 2020): A few small bugs have been fixed on the fiber optic interface board. New versions of the board files are now available.'' 
* [http://ptx.martinos.org Link to pTx wiki]
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* [http://tabletop.martinos.org Link to tabletop educational MRI scanner wiki]
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''NEW (July 2019):  Revision C of the open-source shim amplifier are now available online.  Please see Current driver section below.'' 
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''NEW (July 2016):  MATLAB code is now available for multi-coil shimming simulations. The code includes helmet-style wire patterns and a constrained optimization script for finding optimal shim currents for B0 shimming of the brain.  Please see the'' [[Multi-coil B0 shimming]] ''section below.'' 
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''This page is under construction -- thank you for your patience as we upload materials...''
  
 
== Resources ==
 
== Resources ==
 
* [[Current driver:Current driver|Multi-channel current driver board]]
 
* [[Current driver:Current driver|Multi-channel current driver board]]
* [[Multi-coil B0 shimming|Multi-coil B0 shimming research methods]]
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* [[Multi-coil B0 shimming|Multi-coil B0 shimming research methods (including shim arrays in PUMCIN format)]]
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* [[Information and How-To guides for building RF coils]]
 
* [[Information and How-To guides for building RF coils]]
  
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* [[PIN Diode Driver (8-channel)]]
  
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* [[3T Toroidal Chokes]]
  
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* [[Low-noise RF Preamplifier]]
  
Consult the [//meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Contents User's Guide] for information on using the wiki software.
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== Links to other Wikis in the Wald Group ==
  
== Getting started ==
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* [http://phantoms.martinos.org/Main_Page Link to anthropomorphic phantom wiki]
* [//www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Special:MyLanguage/Manual:Configuration_settings Configuration settings list]
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* [http://ptx.martinos.org Link to pTx wiki]
* [//www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Special:MyLanguage/Manual:FAQ MediaWiki FAQ]
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* [http://tabletop.martinos.org Link to tabletop educational MRI scanner wiki]
* [https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/mediawiki-announce MediaWiki release mailing list]
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* [http://mpi.martinos.org Link to Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) wiki]
* [//www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Special:MyLanguage/Localisation#Translation_resources Localise MediaWiki for your language]
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Latest revision as of 14:51, 17 September 2020

Radio Frequency Laboratory of the Wald Group at MGH

This page contains resources for RF coil design, fabrication, and testing related to the work conducted in the RF Lab of the | Magnetic Resonance Physics and Instrument Group (MR-PIGs), led by Dr. Lawrence Wald, at the A. A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, USA.

NEW (August 2020): Version 1 of a low-cost Mini Circuits-based RF low noise preamplifier added


NEW (March 2020): A few small bugs have been fixed on the fiber optic interface board. New versions of the board files are now available.


NEW (July 2019): Revision C of the open-source shim amplifier are now available online. Please see Current driver section below.


NEW (July 2016): MATLAB code is now available for multi-coil shimming simulations. The code includes helmet-style wire patterns and a constrained optimization script for finding optimal shim currents for B0 shimming of the brain. Please see the Multi-coil B0 shimming section below.


This page is under construction -- thank you for your patience as we upload materials...

Resources

Links to other Wikis in the Wald Group