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Abstract #3505

Integration of Open Source Pulse Sequence Programming Toolbox, Pulseq, for use with System Agnostic Broadband Spectrometer

Courtney Bauer1 and Steven M. Wright1
1Electrical and Computer Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, United States

Introduced is a new translator for the open source pulse sequence programming toolbox, Pulseq. Unique from previous translator units developed, this translator takes the Pulseq output file and generates a time-bin based, delimited pulse sequence table. This format is specific to the target system, a homebuilt broadband spectrometer. Our lab uses multiple scanners, and using Pulseq enables seamless transition between a conventional research scanner, a Varian Unity Inova or a prototype homebuilt spectrometer. Ultimately, this translator is not only a useful tool, but it introduces the possibility of facilitating a direct comparison of homebuilt systems with their commercial counterparts.

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