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Development of a cryogenic duplexer for solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance
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10.1063/1.3263908
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FIG. 1.

Schematic illustration of a duplexer in a NMR system: (1) spectrometer, (2) transmitter, (3) receiver, (4) power amplifier, (5) preamplifier, (6) duplexer, and (7) probe.

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FIG. 2.

Cryogenic duplexer developed in this work. A schematic sketch of the (a) cryogenic duplexer and a (b) photograph: (1) a rf input for a power amplifier, (2) a series GaAs PIN cross-diode gate, (3) rf input/output for a probe, (4) a ladder of GaAs PIN cross-diode gates connected by a line, (5) a ladder of GaAs Schottky cross-diode gates connected by a line, (6) a ladder of rf-MEMS switches with a line, and (7) a rf output for a preamplifier.

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FIG. 3.

Plots of power leakage to the preamplifier vs power input from the power amplifier of the cryogenic duplexer operating at 298 K (○: with the rf-MEMS switches turned off, ●: with the rf-MEMS switches turned on) and at 43 K (△: with the rf-MEMS switches turned off, ▲: with the rf-MEMS switches turned on).

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FIG. 4.

(a) A schematic sketch of gating the rf-MEMS switches: (1) the TTL gating signal from the spectrometer and (2) operational amplifier. To drive rf-MEMS gates by a dc voltage , a power operational amplifier, such as Apex PA-05, Cirrus Logic, Inc., is used. (b) A timing chart for rf-MEMS switching with a single pulse sequence for NMR measurement: (3) dead time for pulse ringing, (4) lag time for MEMS switching on, and (5) lag time for MEMS switching off.

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FIG. 5.

MAS-NMR single-pulse spectra of adamantane observed by using the cryocoil MAS probe. (a) The detection coil and the preamplifier were kept at room temperature. The 90° pulse width was at the rf power of 33 W. (b) The detection coil and the preamplifier were cooled down to and , respectively. The 90° pulse width was at 33 W. The two spectra are plotted on the same amplitude scale and can be directly compared. The MAS spinning speed was 7.4 kHz.

Tables

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Table I.

Typical performances of the discrete devices.

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Scitation: Development of a cryogenic duplexer for solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/rsi/80/12/10.1063/1.3263908
10.1063/1.3263908
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