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Minimisation of gradient artefacts in cardiac-MRI-gating using adaptive interference cancellation filter with synthesised reference

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4 Author(s)
H. D. Park ; Yonsei Univ., Wonju ; S. P. Cho ; K. J. Lee ; Y. C. Park

A simple and successful method for cardiac-MRI-gating is proposed. The adaptive interference cancellation filter (AICF) is used with a synthesised reference signal to reduce the gradient artefacts caused by the magnetic resonance (MR). The reference signals of the AICF were a combination of the noisy, three-channel ECG signals. In particular, the proposed method is based on a simple experimental setup and does not require any information from amplifiers of the MRI machine, such as shape, amplitude and rise time.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:43 ,  Issue: 20 )