Bruker AVANCE NEO NMR research platform
Bruker has announced the AVANCE NEO platform, the company’s next-generation NMR electronics console in the AVANCE series, which is said to offer fast control, improved dynamic range and enhanced flexibility and scalability. The product extends the frequency range to 1.2 GHz and beyond.
The unit features novel transceiver architecture which combines transmit and receive functionality for every channel, offering enhanced experimental control, especially for the rapidly increasing number of multireceiver NMR applications. As a result, each system now offers multiple receivers as a standard feature.
The platform is suitable for enhanced multichannel/multireceive NMR experiments. The transceiver architecture essentially enables each channel to operate as a fully functional spectrometer. NMR multireceive experiments can be implemented for any combination of nuclei, with four receiver channels now standard for typical HCN-D biological NMR systems.
The unit supports NMR pulse programs developed on previous AVANCE platforms, plus multireceive pulse sequencing and experimental design capabilities not previously available. Other features include fast switching times, expanded onboard memory (1 GB/channel), an embedded acquisition server and several user enhancements.
Bruker has also launched its NMR software, TopSpin 4, which introduces the concept of an embedded acquisition server with client-server architecture. This enables the spectrometer to be run independent of the client computer and provides users with the opportunity to control the system via their chosen operating system. Both the AVANCE NEO platform and TopSpin 4 software are available for high-end and research NMR spectrometers up to 1.2 GHz.
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