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Logic element based on Electrically Formed Nanowire (EFN) device

An electrostatically formed nanowire transistor, includes a source, a drain, and multiple gates surrounding a doped silicon region. The gates include a top gate, a bottom gate, and side gates. The gates induce a channel in said doped silicon... Read More >

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Two-Switch Switched-Capacitor Converters

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Multi Focus Imaging using Optical Phase Mask

Abstract A method for extended depth of field imaging based on image acquisition through a thin binary phase plate followed by fast automatic computational post-processing is presented. By placing a wavelength dependent optical mask inside the... Read More >

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A low-complexity low-latency interactive communication system with spectral efficiency approaching the Shannon limit

BackgroundDigital communication systems use forward error correction (FEC) in order to be spectrally efficient and approach the Shannon limit. The drawbacks of using FEC are high latency and high computational complexity. On the other extreme,... Read More >

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Super resolution microscopy based on photo-excited nonlinear reflectivity

TechnologyA new, label free, far field super resolution scheme, aimed towards material science, which is based on ultrafast, nonlinear excitation of materials to non-equilibrium state. In a pump-probe scheme, we optically excite a spatial... Read More >

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Subharmonic Wireless Locking of THz transmitter

TechnologyA novel method for wireless sub-harmonic locking a radiating free-running VCO single source or phased-array at THz frequenciesNeed and AdvantagesAlthough many significant challenges remain, results suggest that CMOS THz ICs are... Read More >

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Free online web wizard application to assess the amount of nonlinear interference noise generated in fiber-optic communications systems

Nonlinear interference noise (NLIN) is arguably the most important factor limiting the capacity of fiber-optic communication systems. It is customary to classify nonlinear phenomena as either intra-channel, or inter-channel. Intra-channel effects... Read More >

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Device and Method for impedance enriched measurement of bio-electric fields

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A simplified optical receiver using the Hilbert transform

Coherent optical transceivers are widely deployed in metropolitan, long-haul and ultra long-haul fiber optic networks. Their performance in terms of sensitivity and data-rate is unparalleled, but their cost is high, in large part because they rely... Read More >

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A software-based anti-spoofing defense system for the CAN bus; Cyder Security

If an attacker compromises one of the car's electronic control units (ECUs), and from there tries to attack another, more critical, ECU, the designed system blocks this lateral movement. Hence, this defense system can be added as a software-only... Read More >