SQA – Spectral Quality Assurance
SQA can be used to check and confirm that the acquisition parameters or spectral quality measures are adequate for the analysis required.
SQA evaluates various parameters including dataset size, relaxation delay, number of scans, processing, S/N, peak width, digital resolution, and many more, allowing the user to specify pass/fail criteria and report the results.
SQA allows to specify pass/fail criteria and report the results
Acquisition and Processing parameters can be extracted, and values checked against user defined conditions
Parameters such as signal to noise or phase error can be calculated and used to decide if data is good enough
Two more examples – here we test for peak width and digital resolution
Results can be seen in Mgears Viewer or reported to the document
Academic, Government & Industrial
Who should be using SQA?
- Pharmaceutical, chemical industries, research, and QC environments
- Process chemistry
- Pharmaceutical compound libraries
- Suitable for individual users, research groups as well as large institutions and companies