by Robert Kowal, Lucas Knull, Enrico Pannicke, Max Joris Hubmann, Ivan Fomin, Daniel Gareis, Selina Scherbel, Bennet Hensen, Georg Rose, Frank Wacker, Oliver Speck
Abstract:
Wireless coils can be of great advantage in the workflow of an intervention in order to reduce e.g. placement and sterilization challenges. This contribution demonstrates an inductively coupled metamaterial inspired surface resonators to enhance the receive capability of the scanner internal coils and compares the coil to a commercially available wireless coil.
Reference:
Metamaterial Inspired Surface Resonators as Wireless Coil (Robert Kowal, Lucas Knull, Enrico Pannicke, Max Joris Hubmann, Ivan Fomin, Daniel Gareis, Selina Scherbel, Bennet Hensen, Georg Rose, Frank Wacker, Oliver Speck), In 13th Interventional MRI Symposium, 2022.
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{kowal_metamaterial_2022,
	address = {Leipzig},
	title = {Metamaterial {Inspired} {Surface} {Resonators} as {Wireless} {Coil}},
	shorttitle = {{iMRI} 2022},
	abstract = {Wireless coils can be of great advantage in the workflow of an intervention in order to reduce e.g. placement and sterilization challenges. This contribution demonstrates an inductively coupled metamaterial inspired surface resonators to enhance the receive capability of the scanner internal coils and compares the coil to a commercially available wireless coil.},
	booktitle = {13th {Interventional} {MRI} {Symposium}},
	author = {Kowal, Robert and Knull, Lucas and Pannicke, Enrico and Hubmann, Max Joris and Fomin, Ivan and Gareis, Daniel and Scherbel, Selina and Hensen, Bennet and Rose, Georg and Wacker, Frank and Speck, Oliver},
	year = {2022}
}