Technology Commercialization Office

Showing 14 result(s) for "Electronics"

An energy management strategy for pure and hybrid electric vehicles that improves battery-life and optimizes fuel economy

A more efficient DC/DC converter composed of a front-stage circuit that allows for step-down DC/AC topology

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

A wide bandgap ultraviolet semiconductor device based on AlGaN nanowire heterojunctions doped with Gd.

A system that will enable prediction of ship motion in order to improve cargo transfer, helicopter landing, and other naval/commercial operations such as those related to offshore platforms or wave energy generation systems.

A method to combine advantages of fiber-reinforced plastics and nanocomposites to produce a low-cost, superior lightweight material.

New UV LED designs that use quantum mechanical tunneling, to inject holes or electrons, can greatly enhance the efficiency and power of these devices.

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

The introduced power over fiber based gate drive circuit can be used drive semiconductor devices in a wide range of applications.

A metal structure effective for infrared reflection while improving radio frequency communication.