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Peering inside a portable, $200 cancer detector, Part 1

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DrFPGA
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re: Peering inside a portable, $200 cancer detector, Part 1
DrFPGA   6/29/2011 4:28:32 AM
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Let's have more hands on design articles like this one. Hopefully this will bring down the cost of NMR equipment by a few orders of magnitude...

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re: Peering inside a portable, $200 cancer detector, Part 1
GREAT-Terry   6/16/2011 8:25:52 AM
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Interesting project. What is the limiting factor for measurement accuracy of this solution? Will a better SNR ADC improve it or some better amplifiers are needed? It would be great if we can have more discussion on the quantitative analysis of the signal chain design

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