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Non-uniform sampling (NUS) provides a considerable reduction of measurement time especially for multi-dimensional experiments. This comes at the cost of additional signal processing steps to reconstruct the complete signal from the experimental data points. Despite being routinely employed in NMR for many experiments, EPR applications have not benefited from NUS due to the lack of a straightforward implementation to perform NUS in common commercial spectrometers. In this work we present a novel method to perform NUS HYSCORE experiments on commercial Bruker EPR spectrometers, along with a benchmark of modern reconstruction methods, and new processing software tools for NUS HYSCORE signals. All of this comes in the form of a free-software package: Hyscorean. Experimental NUS spectra are measured and processed with this package using different reconstruction methods and compared to their uniform sampled counterparts, thereby showcasing the method’s potential for EPR spectroscopy. Show more
Journal / seriesJournal of Magnetic Resonance
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SubjectNon-uniform sampling; NUS; EPR; HYSCORE; NUS HYSCORE; maxEnt; IST; CAMERA
Organisational unit03810 - Jeschke, Gunnar / Jeschke, Gunnar
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