The Fourier Transform in NMR II. Signal Processing and Instrumental Requirements
how to optimize the quality of our signals (in the time and the frequency domain), either by instrumental improvements or mathematical manipulations;
what corrections we have to make on the signals for a faithful representations of the input.
KeywordsDiscrete Fourier Transform Frequency Response Function Matched Filter Phase Detector Resolution Enhancement
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