by Robert Kowal, Enrico Pannicke, Daniel Gareis, Selina Scherbel, Lucas Knull, Ivan Fomin, Max Joris Hubmann, Bennet Hensen, Georg Rose, Frank Wacker, Oliver Speck
Abstract:
Multi-channel surface coils conventionally feature many discrete electric components implemented directly at the coil elements. In order to allow high flexibility, large access area for MRI-guided interventions and minimal costs of the coil elements, this work demonstrates the prototype of a remote decoupled multi-channel receive coil free of discrete electronic elements.
Reference:
Multi-Channel Receive Coil for MRI-Guided Interventions (Robert Kowal, Enrico Pannicke, Daniel Gareis, Selina Scherbel, Lucas Knull, Ivan Fomin, Max Joris Hubmann, Bennet Hensen, Georg Rose, Frank Wacker, Oliver Speck), In 13th Interventional MRI Symposium, 2022.
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{kowal_multi-channel_2022,
	address = {Leipzig},
	title = {Multi-{Channel} {Receive} {Coil} for {MRI}-{Guided} {Interventions}},
	shorttitle = {{iMRI} 2022},
	abstract = {Multi-channel surface coils conventionally feature many discrete electric components implemented directly at the coil elements. In order to allow high flexibility, large access area for MRI-guided interventions and minimal costs of the coil elements, this work demonstrates the prototype of a remote decoupled multi-channel receive coil free of discrete electronic elements.},
	booktitle = {13th {Interventional} {MRI} {Symposium}},
	author = {Kowal, Robert and Pannicke, Enrico and Gareis, Daniel and Scherbel, Selina and Knull, Lucas and Fomin, Ivan and Hubmann, Max Joris and Hensen, Bennet and Rose, Georg and Wacker, Frank and Speck, Oliver},
	year = {2022}
}