Technology Commercialization Office

Showing 13 result(s) for "Communications & Networking"

A novel training method to separate speech from unwanted background noise.

A new process to fabricate stretchable and flexible wire antennas with conductive fibers (E-fibers).

A printed microstrip that uses simple microwave circuit components to emulate the propagation normally only found in photonic crystals and metamaterials

A radio receiver that operates without need for locally generated reference signals.

A novel tapered chamber design that allows for easy polarization change, test zones clean of stray signals, and a thinner back wall absorber.

An indoor base station system of multiple transmit and receive antennas with ultra-wide-band performance that covers LTE, GSM, PCS, and WiFi bands.

A reflective panel for reflecting electromagnetic waves comprised of a material with varying resistivity across the panel.

An Ultra-wideband (8 to 1 continuous bandwidth), extremely low profile, wide angle scanning, phased array with integrated compact balun and feed structure.

A wireless sensor and data transponder for use in severe multipath varying propagation environments

A time-based (phase-based) Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) that is small, fast, and maintains a high level of accuracy.