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=== What this code does ===
 
=== What this code does ===
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This Matlab code (no MEX, no GPU code) computed least-squares and magnitude least-squares pTx spoke pulses. The MLS problem can be solved using the phase adoption approach of Setsompop et al. or a full optimization strategy (see the file spokes_3/run_spokes.m and options therein). Spokes can be optimized for several frequencies (spatio-spectral design) in order to build in robustness to off-resonance effects.
  
 
=== Download files ===
 
=== Download files ===
 
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The code can be downloaded [https://ptx.martinos.org/images/f/f2/SpokesMinExcErrLocGlobSARPuPow_fmincon_v12.zip here]. A test dataset can be downloaded [https://ptx.martinos.org/images/e/e2/Spokes_3.zip here].
 
 
https://ptx.martinos.org/images/f/f2/SpokesMinExcErrLocGlobSARPuPow_fmincon_v12.zip
 
 
 
https://ptx.martinos.org/images/e/e2/Spokes_3.zip
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
=== Instructions ===
 
=== Instructions ===

Revision as of 13:13, 2 November 2015

Citation

Guérin B, Gebhardt M, Cauley S, Adalsteinsson E, Wald LL (2014). "Local specific absorption rate (SAR), global SAR, transmitter power, and excitation accuracy trade‐offs in low flip‐angle parallel transmit pulse design." Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 71(4): 1446-1457.

What this code does

This Matlab code (no MEX, no GPU code) computed least-squares and magnitude least-squares pTx spoke pulses. The MLS problem can be solved using the phase adoption approach of Setsompop et al. or a full optimization strategy (see the file spokes_3/run_spokes.m and options therein). Spokes can be optimized for several frequencies (spatio-spectral design) in order to build in robustness to off-resonance effects.

Download files

The code can be downloaded here. A test dataset can be downloaded here.

Instructions