• Physics
  • Published 2007

MRS measurements and inversion in presence of EM noise

@inproceedings{Legchenko2007MRSMA,
  title={MRS measurements and inversion in presence of EM noise},
  author={Anatoly Legchenko},
  year={2007}
}
The Magnetic Resonance Sounding method (MRS) is based on the resonance behavior of proton magnetic moments in the geomagnetic field. As the signal generated by the protons is very small, the method is sensitive to electromagnetic noise and this is one of the major limitations for practical application. The frequency of the magnetic resonance signal is directly proportional to the magnitude of the geomagnetic field, and varies between 800 Hz and 2800 Hz around the globe. Whilst natural noise… CONTINUE READING

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