receiver coil

receiver coil

An MRI term for a coil or antenna, positioned in the imaging volume and connected to the receiver circuitry, which detects—and for some applications also transmits—the NMR signal.

Receiver coil types
Solenoidal, planar, volume, quadrature, phased array.
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The Oretronic IV tramp metal detector, which is available in two versions with two levels of sensitivity, includes a microprocessor-based control unit, a receiver coil, a transmitter coil and a support frame.
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A pad in the garage floor transfers the power to a receiver coil in the car with a power output of 3.
Depending on the permeability of the test part, the magnetic flux induces a distorted signal in the receiver coil.
The aim is to transfer energy wirelessly from transmitter coil to receiver coil based on magnetic resonance.
The company's MR-IGI system is an enabling platform technology which combines MR-compatible interactive robotics with MRI radiofrequency receiver coil technology, real-time MR imaging techniques and an interactive planning and control interface.
Depending on the distance between the transmit and receive coils, only a fraction of the magnetic flux generated by the transmitter coil penetrates the receiver coil and contributes to the power transmission.
Telemetry can be transmitted using magnetic signals which entail tuned coils, basically a transmitter and a receiver coil.
The electricity in the floor of the phone box flows to a receiver coil in the smartphone via induction.
The researchers also created a receiver coil that is the same size as each of the transmitter coils, and which can be placed in a car or other mobile platform.
To improve the transfer efficiency, [7] suggests the application of multi-turn coils for the receiver, whereas [8] uses the rectangular shaped receiver coil with a size of 10 cm x 5 cm.
While the internal part is located within the human body and should be carefully designed to the smallest possible size, especially the receiver coil, to maximize the patients' comfort.