# Difference between revisions of "Monitor and operate the microwaves / know how to find correct frequency"

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In order to start looking for the optimum millimeter/microwave frequency, the variables below are important to know. Note that here the frequencies are given in GHz, as the frequency for 5 T fields will always be around 140 GHz. | In order to start looking for the optimum millimeter/microwave frequency, the variables below are important to know. Note that here the frequencies are given in GHz, as the frequency for 5 T fields will always be around 140 GHz. | ||

− | * <math>\gamma_e/2\pi</math> | + | * Electron Gyromagnetic Ratio: <math>\frac{\gamma_e}{2\pi}=28.0249516~\mathrm{GHz/T}</math> |

+ | * Proton Gyromagnetic Ratio: <math>\frac{\gamma_p}{2\pi}=0.04257747892~\mathrm{GHz/T}</math> | ||

+ | * Deuteron Gyromagnetic Ratio: <math>\frac{\gamma_D}{2\pi}=0.006535902311~\mathrm{GHz/T}</math> | ||

==Proton Frequency== | ==Proton Frequency== |

## Revision as of 21:24, 11 June 2020

# Using LabView for mmWaves

- (David?)

# Finding the correct frequency

In order to start looking for the optimum millimeter/microwave frequency, the variables below are important to know. Note that here the frequencies are given in GHz, as the frequency for 5 T fields will always be around 140 GHz.

- Electron Gyromagnetic Ratio: <math>\frac{\gamma_e}{2\pi}=28.0249516~\mathrm{GHz/T}</math>
- Proton Gyromagnetic Ratio: <math>\frac{\gamma_p}{2\pi}=0.04257747892~\mathrm{GHz/T}</math>
- Deuteron Gyromagnetic Ratio: <math>\frac{\gamma_D}{2\pi}=0.006535902311~\mathrm{GHz/T}</math>