Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting (MRF) depends on spatially and temporally incoherent encoding fields for fast quantitative imaging. However the achievable encoding is limited by hardware. The iPRES concept, which adds ΔB0 and B1+ encoding to a receive array, is an excellent candidate for additional encoding for MRF. Here we present preliminary results of a 16 channel iPRES array, referred to as the MRF array. The MRF array uses in-bore power amplifiers to provide vastly increased encoding capabilities while minimizing the cost of additional hardware. Such encoding schemes are expected to allow for acceleration of quantitative imaging techniques such as MRF.