Power output for the RF coil used for DMI of human brain was measured at the RF coil connection of each of the four array elements for the nominal amplitude output power level of 550 W used for the DMI acquisition. SAR was estimated using the summed power output, the duty cycle (1.5/1000 ms), and assuming that the RF coil assembly affected 3 kg (60% of a 5-kg human head). This estimation resulted in a SAR of 0.16 W/kg.

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