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Abstract #2692

Wireless Clock Transfer for MRI Phase Correction

Jonathan Y Lu1, Pascal Stang2, Fraser Robb3, John Pauly1, and Greig Scott1

1Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, United States, 2Procyon Engineering, Stanford, CA, United States, 3Advanced Coils, GE Healthcare Inc, Aurora, OH, United States

One step in making wireless MRI possible is to sync the clocks at both the transmit side hardware that plays out the pulse, and the receive chain that processes the FID data. A discrepancy between the timing of the two clocks will lead to jitter that amounts to artifacts in the MRI image. In this work, we demonstrate a method to transfer a wireless clock without creating jitter artifacts in an MRI image.

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