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28 Results were found on Technologies

Leading Researchers:
7-2011-192

Compressive Sensing in Radar Detection

Technology The signal processing in a pulse-Doppler radar is typically based on pulse compression filter and discrete Fourier transform (DFT). Detection, measurement accuracy and good resolution require the transmission of train of pulses, where... Read More >

Leading Researchers:
4-2014-792

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 >

Leading Researchers:
6-2013-521

Gas sensor based on optical sensing of porous silicon

During the last decade there has been a growing demand of devices for monitoring the ambient regarding the existence of hazardous gases and materials. Routine methods for identifying hazardous materials and pollutants are cumbersome, expensive and... Read More >

Leading Researchers:
4-2018-1180

Anomaly Detection in Video

We propose a new method for anomaly detection of human actions. Our method works directly on human pose graphs that can be computed from an input video sequence. This makes the analysis independent of nuisance parameters such as viewpoint or... Read More >

4-2012-335

localization using TOA from Multipath

The Technology Our expert team has succeeded to develop a unique algorithm for location estimation that attains optimal performance in multipath conditions. The novel estimator advantage is that it attains accuracy which is significantly better... Read More >

Leading Researchers:
7-2015-932

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 >

Leading Researchers:
4-2013-527

INFERRING THE PERIODICITY OF DISCRETE SIGNALS

A method for testing a signal comprises obtaining a signal, determining whether the signal has at least one period, measuring that period and providing the measurement as output. A power spectral density estimation can be used for signals having a... Read More >

Leading Researchers:
7-2019-1286

Online Training of Stereo Self-Calibration using Monocular Depth Estimation

Stereo imaging is the most common passive method for producing reliable depth maps. Calibration is a crucial step for every stereo-based system, and despite all the advancements in the field, most calibrations are still done by the same tedious... Read More >

Leading Researchers:
3-2012-389

Rhenium Nanostructures and Electrodeposition

The TechnologyWe present low-cost, efficient, long life-time nanostructured Re-alloy coatings for catalyzing low temperature dry reforming of methane (DRM). Nickel, cobalt, and iron are used as standard catalysts in DRM, however, they... Read More >

Leading Researchers:
7-2013-554

Improvements in BOTDA for fiber optic sensors

TechnologyThis method is based on the Brillouin effect in optical fibers. By using a simple single mode optical fiber, strain is measured in a distributed manner along the entire fiber length, simultaneously, in high repetition rate. By... Read More >