iSpin-NMR is SpinCore Technologies' complete, portable NMR console. The iSpin-NMR can serve as a complete system console for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) or Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance (NQR) with spectrometer frequencies from 0 to 100 MHz (certain restrictions apply, see the Manual).
This unique system is housed in a small form factor 2U Rackmount, providing users with a compelling price/size/performance proposition unmatched by any other device on the market today.
oSpinCore Technologies, Inc. RadioProcessor board.
oOver 20 Watts (Nominal) output power.
oBroadband, low noise, input preamplifiers.
oRF filters for the desired operating frequency range.
oDuplexer (Transmit/Receive) Circuitry.
oAdditional RF Filters and Custom Cables.
oNMR Magnets and Probes.
oOven Controlled Oscillators.
oCustom Designs and Modifications.
◇ Includes internal RF output signal amplifier, 20 Watts Peak Envelope Power (PEP) Standard, optionally up to 200 Watts PEP.
◇ Integrates excitation and acquisition components onto a single system.
◇ Directly captures and digitally demodulates IF/RF signals. The desired baseband bandwidth is user definable through software.
◇ Generates completely formed RF excitation pulses as well as high resolution digital control signals
◇ Has Arbitrary Waveform Generation (AWG or 'shaped pulse') capability
◇ Maintains signal coherence between excitation and acquisition systems at all frequencies.
◇ Autonomously signal-averages the baseband data between multiple acquisitions.
◇ Samples the input signal at up to 75 Ms/s with 14-bit resolution.
◇ Captures input signals above the Nyquist frequency, up to approximately 100 MHz.
◇ Provides up to 10 MHz bandwidth of acquired baseband data.
◇ Direct Digital Synthesis generates RF output pulses with 14-bit resolution up to 300 Ms/s clock frequency.
◇ Pulse setting resolution up to 13.3 ns, with pulses from 66.6 ns to several days per interval
◇ Zero-latency phase and frequency switching.
◇ Wide-bandwidth input amplifier and A/D converter allow for undersampling applications.