Designed for MRI Development

Digital receiver and pulse generator for MRI applications with advanced triggering and radio performance.

Custom Solution

Interface systems and integration support available

Flexible, cost effective products that reduce system cost, size, and complexity.

Multi-functional SDR platforms that can be configured as digital receivers and pulse generators for MRI & NMR applications, with advanced triggering and radio performance that can easily integrate into existing systems.

Our custom solutions allow us to meet customer requirements for RF performance, firmware development, and form factor. Our stock Crimson TNG platform provides the base for a system capable of meeting and exceeding customer requirements for NMR and MRI applications.

Applications:

  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (NMR)
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
  • RF Transmitter/Exciter & RF Receiver/Acquisition
  • Waveform Generation

Features:

  • Flexible operating frequency with near DC performance
  • External and internal triggering
  • Channel synchronization
  • Fully integrated radio chain
  • Custom filtering

Quick Specs:

  • Performance down to near DC
  • Multiple receive and transmit channels
  • Receive and generate pulses with the same hardware
  • Phase coherency across multiple channels
  • Reduced complexity through UHD support

Additional Support:

  • Integration with other systems
  • Custom hardware development available to meet channel requirements
  • Direct access to FPGA for digital triggering
  • Development of custom API for sample queing and burst operation

Per Vices has significant experience designing and developing hardware, firmware, and software that offer:

  • Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) capability
  • ELF, SLF, ULF, VLF, LF, MF, HF, VHF, and UHF systems
  • Phase coherency
  • Autonomous triggering
  • Custom features
  • Easy integration

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Christina WollesenMRI