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Method for Measuring Range and Range-Rate of a Target of Interest using OFDM-based Communication Devices
7087 – Background: Intelligent Transport Systems require the use of Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) communications radar using safety messages transmitted over the IEEE 802.11p protocol to avoid collisions. To be truly effective, a system needs to be 100% accurate. Previous studies on this topic suggest that significant modifications to the spectrum and bandwidth of the protocol are required to... Read More
6869 – Background: Eutrophication is a condition that can occur in aquatic environments and make the affected area uninhabitable. Phosphorus removal from municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants is important and necessary for preventing eutrophication in surface waters. Phosphorus removal from wastewater is usually achieved by physical, chemical or biological methods, or some... Read More
5324 – Background: Causality (cause-effect) is analysis of motion sequences in order to establish meaningful relationships between the "visual events", - i.e. associated temporal dependencies, such as ones observed in the game of soccer. Nonparametric formulation of Granger causality can be used to identify patterns of interaction between repeating events, and partition them into independent... Read More
6891 – Background: Semiconductor nanowires are promising building blocks for innumerable advanced materials and devices, such as thermoelectrics, light emitting diodes, solar cells, and cellular scaffolds. Despite their potential, a need remains for an efficient and large-scale process for the fabrication of semiconductor nanowires with the dimensions, dopant concentrations, and spatial... Read More
6993 – Background: Research efforts in optoelectric devices have focused on materials that can be successfully used for energy storage. In developing these technologies, researchers concentrate on high storage and enhanced breakdown strength as well as fast charging / discharging as key features. Recently, the use of high dielectric constant nanoparticles and compact polar groups into processible... Read More
6047-6058 – Background: Transcription Activator-Like Effector Nucleases (TALENs) and Zinc Finger Nucleases (ZFNs) are engineered proteins capable of genomic DNA cleavage to change or eliminate expression of proteins in metazoan animals. This technology has only developed in the last several years and is a critical capability for biomedical research and has applications for therapy of genetic... Read More
A Transformer-Based Inverted Complementary Cross-Coupled VCO with superior phase noise performance and significantly suppressed flicker nose up-conversion.
7176 – Background: Modern wireless systems demand fully integrated CMOS voltage-control oscillators (VCOs) with low phase noise, low power consumption, and a wide tuning range. The Class-C VCO achieves an efficient dc-to-fundamental conversion and thus a high figure-of-merit (FoM), but often with a compromised start-up condition. Harmonic waveform shaping can reduce flicker noise up-conversion.... Read More
4936 – Background: Nitrogen (N) comprises approximately 78% of the atmosphere at ground level, substantially contributing to excited or ionized [N] molecules produced by radiation from nuclear materials. At the same time, there is a possibility of measuring the density of excited or ionized nitrogen remotely. Thus, the aurora events in Earth's ionosphere have been investigated before by using... Read More
7064 – Background: There has been growing interest in developing non-contact vital sign detection systems. Various wireless solutions have been developed. Comparing with stepped-frequency continuous wave, frequency modulated continuous wave, and impulse-based ultra-wideband radar, continuous-wave (CW) Doppler radar can easily reach a resolution of submillimeter and is suitable for vital sign... Read More
7038 – Background: With continued advances in computed tomography (CT), dual-energy CT (DECT) has emerged as a promising imaging technique with numerous applications. With DECT, two data sets of the same anatomic location are acquired using different x-ray spectra. By exploiting the differences in x-ray attenuation of tissues within the body, DECT can characterize tissue composition to a... Read More