This toolbox was designed to correct B1 inhomogeneities inherent of transceive surface RF coils.
Paula Ramos Delgado¹
The use of surface radiofrequency (RF) coils is common practice to boost sensitivity in clinical MRI. The number of transceive surface RF coils is rapidly growing due to the surge in cryogenically cooled RF technology and ultrahigh-field MRI. Consequently, there is an increasing need for effective correction of the excitation field (B1+) inhomogeneity inherent in these coils.
This toolbox was designed with the purpose of correcting for B1 inhomogeneities inherent of transmit-receive (transceive) surface RF coils used in magnetic resonance imaging.
1BUFF, MDC Berlin, Germany