Deliver exceptional quality and speed in MRI. With Tim.
Tim 4G's unique architecture: The only fully digital MRI.
Tim 4G systems deliver exceptional image quality by optimizing the entire signal chain. The integrated coil technology is more than just high-channel coils – it is a completely digital RF architecture with a unique DirectRF design.
DirectRF – fully digital design
Integration of all transmit and receive components at the magnet, enabled by the unique digital-in and digital-out design with fiberoptic cables between the magnet and equipment room.
Enabler for real-time feedback loops
Higher signal purity and improved stability
Enhanced image quality, less noise
Real-time feedback loop
Dynamic feedback control of the RF transmit system for higher temporal stability and power linearity.
Exellent signal stability
Accuracy and stability in transmission
Tim 4G coils
Tim 4G’s wide coil portfolio includes ultra-high channel coils and enables highest coil element density.
Designed for excellent SNR and speed
Designed with patient comfort in mind
Designed for optimized ease-of-use
Dual-density signal transfer
Signals from two different coil elements can be sent with different frequencies on a single wire, unlocking the potential for higher density coils. The signals are separated again in the receiver to enable a unique 1-to-1 element /channel relationship.
Less signal interference, greater robustness
Less and thinner cables enable easier handling of high-channel coils
The products/features (here mentioned) are not commercially available in all countries. Due to regulatory reasons their future availability cannot be guaranteed. Please contact your local Siemens organization for further details.
Measured at 1.5T, iPAT 3. SNR quantification based on phantom measurement, mean value of the SNR in the phantom, transversal orientation. Data on file.
The statements by Siemens' customers described herein are based on results that were achieved in the customer's unique setting. Since there is no "typical" hospital and many variables exist (e.g., hospital size, case mix, level of IT adoption) there can be no guarantee that other customers will achieve the same results.