In the FTNMR experiment, a number of acquisition parameters should be cnsidered before NMR data are collected. To obtain good spectra, you have to adjust each acquisition parameter to be appropriate with sample environment.

  a) Number of Data Points

g) Receiver Gain

  b) Spectral Width h) Number of Scans
  c) Filter Bandwidth i) Steady-State Scans
  d) Acquisition Time j) Oversampling and Digital Filtration
  e) Transmitter Offset k) Decoupling for X nuclei
  f) Flip Angle  

(Information from Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy: An Introduction to Principle, Applications, and Experimental Methods)