This device is designed to act as a high performance power amplifier for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR). It is an all solid-state high-speed pulse amplifier.
For acquiring NMR data, noise from the transmitter to the receiver must be minimized. A conventional method is a series of cross diodes to suppress the noise.
However, the amplifier does not require a conventionnal noise suppressor, eliminating power loss due to cross diodes.
The product has a digital display that shows the power level of the FWD and REV power for pulses as short as 1.5μSec.

This product is a low-noise amplifier with the features of large-signal gain as well as 30dB, low noise level and a very short dead time.
The PRE-AMPLIFIER is a device that amplifies faint FID signals in the initial reception stage of NMR measurements.

This is a double heterodyne receiver with low noise and large-signal gain designed for NMR measurement.
It is possible to use it through wideband without adjusting.

This receiver is divided into units of ①1'st Amp, ②2'nd Amp, ③PSD, ④DC-Amp, and ⑤REF-phase shifter. The frequency range of each unit can be extended if necessary.
It is very easy to use, and the price is low.

Pulse settings can be changed with Windows 7/XP software, and the bus is not an issue as the device is connected to the PC by USB.
Because our AD board (AD12H25AT/U) can be built into same BOX, automatic measurement can be enabled.

This device converts the input analogue signal into a digital signal, allowing extremely high-speed quantity surveying and estimation.
It is possible to use it built-in with our N210-1026E pulse generator.

It is possible to use as a transmit-receive switch when doing NMR scanning.
Because the leakage of the amplifier power to the receiver side can be reduced when transmitting, the effect on the receiver can be reduced.

This device was developed to decrease noise from having a large effect when minute signals are measured.
Because use at low temperatures is possible, the thermal noise in the pre-amp input component can be decreased compared with use at normal temperatures.
S/N of the NMR signal improves, and measurement time can be shortened.