A Novel Detection–Estimation Scheme for Noisy NMR Signals: Applications to Delayed Acquisition Data

@inproceedings{Lin1997AND,
  title={A Novel Detection–Estimation Scheme for Noisy NMR Signals: Applications to Delayed Acquisition Data},
  author={Yung-Ya Lin and Paul Hodgkinson and Matthias Ernst and Alexander Pines},
  year={1997}
}
Abstract Many potentially interesting and useful classes of NMR experiments generate data for which conventional spectral estimation and quantification via the Fourier transform are unsatisfactory. In particular, recently introduced solid-state NMR experiments which involve long delays before data acquisition fall into this category, as the free induction decays are heavily “truncated” and have low signal-to-noise ratios. A novel detection–estimation scheme is introduced in order to analyze… CONTINUE READING

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