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MRI System / Supercon Magnet / Gradient Coil / RF Coil Applications

Magnetica holds 11 patent families in a range of countries, with most granted and some applications pending, as summarised below.

Asymmetric Radio Frequency Coils for Magnetic Resonance

Patent Granted in the Following Jurisdiction

United States of America


Combined Phase Sequences

Patent Granted in the Following Jurisdiction

None

Provisional Patent Pending in the Following Jurisdiction

United Kingdom

Compact NMR System

Patent Granted in the Following Jurisdiction

None

Provisional Patent Pending in the Following Jurisdiction

United Kingdom

Gradient Coil System

Patent Granted in the Following Jurisdictions

Australia

Japan

United States of America

Provisional Patent Pending in the Following Jurisdictions

China

EU – Unitary Patent

Spain

United Kingdom

Magnet for Head and Extremity Imaging

Patent Granted in the Following Jurisdictions

Australia

China

Japan

United States of America

EU – Unitary Patent

Patent Pending in the Following Jurisdiction

Spain

United Kingdom

Magnets and Magnetic Resonance Imaging Systems

Patent Granted in the Following Jurisdictions

United States of America

Provisional Patent Pending in the Following Jurisdictions

Australia

China

Europe

Japan

Magnets for use in Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Patent Granted in the Following Jurisdictions

Australia

China

Germany

United Kingdom

United States of America

Open-bore Magnet for Use in Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Patent Granted in the Following Jurisdictions

Australia

China

Germany

Japan

United Kingdom

Shielded, Asymmetric Magnets for Use in Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Patent Granted in the Following Jurisdictions

United Kingdom

United States of America

Thermal Bus

Patent Granted in the Following Jurisdiction

None

Provisional Patent Pending in the Following Jurisdiction

United Kingdom

Vibration Damping for NMR

Patent Granted in the Following Jurisdiction

United Kingdom