T. Czechowski, W. Chlewicki, M. Baranowski, K. Jurga, P. Szczepanik, P. Szulc, K. Tadyszak, P. Kedzia, M. Szostak, P. Malinowski, S. Wosinski, W. Prukala, S. Jurga
A new method for fast 2D Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Imaging (EPRI) is presented. To reduce the time of projections acquisition we propose to combine rapid scan of Zeeman magnetic field using high frequency sinusoidal modulation with simultaneously applied magnetic field gradient, whose orientation is changed at low frequency. The correctness of the method is confirmed by studies carried out on a phantom consisting of two LiPc samples. The images from the acquired data are reconstructed using iterative algorithms. The proposed method allows to reduce the image acquisition time up to 10 ms for 2D EPRI, and to detect the sinogram with infinitesimal angular step between projections.