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Calibrating 1H decoulpler pulse?

Recently while getting a loaner probe up and running, I noticed that the engineers simply had me set the decouple 90 to the same as the regular 90. I was under the impression that you wanted to use a lower power pulse for decoupling. Is setting the decoupling 90 to the same bascially a 'good enough' shortcut? If so, what's a better way to do it? and to determine it?



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