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Radar Doppler Detecting Good Codes for Improved Signal Accuracy
A method improving the handling of Doppler shifts allowing radar systems to accurately detect and track objects. Background: The world does not stand still for us to measure it. It’s a dynamic place and radar needs to measure objects in motion. Good radar codes maintain strong mainlobe signals and small sidelobes in the presence of Doppler...
Published: 6/25/2020   |   Inventor(s): Adly Fam, Alexander Byrley
Keywords(s): Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Electronics, Technology Classifications > Engineering, Technology Classifications > Instrumentation, Technology Classifications > Sensors, Campus > University at Buffalo
Traveling Wave Actuators for Flow Control
A piezoelectric actuator surface that generates traveling waves for active flow control has been developed and can be used to remove, reduce, or control flow separation. Background: Flow separation is typically associated with significant energy loss in engineering applications. For example, flow separation decreases lift and increases drag leading...
Published: 4/24/2020   |   Inventor(s): M. Amin Karami, Iman Borazjani (Non-UB)
Keywords(s): Technologies
Category(s): Campus > University at Buffalo, Technology Classifications > Engineering
Majority-Gate Logic Schemes Based on Magneto-Electric Devices
This invention provides various approaches to the implementation of majority logic by utilizing the non-volatile switching of magneto-electric devices. Integrated schemes for this logic are presented in which just a single device is needed to implement majority logic by applying multiple voltages to the active magneto-electric layer.Voltage-controlled...
Published: 5/21/2015   |   Inventor(s): Jonathan Bird (ub), Peter Dowben (Non-Ub), Andrew Marshall (Non-Ub)
Keywords(s): Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Electronics, Technology Classifications > Engineering, Technology Classifications > Information Technology, Campus > University at Buffalo
Non-volatile Latch Using Magneto-Electric and Ferro-Electric Tunnel Junctions
Two memory structures under development in the Nanoelectronics Research Initiative (NRI) of the Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) show promise for low power, small area, high performance non-volatile memory devices. However, these will not operate in conjunction with conventional CMOS directly. This invention describes circuit configurations...
Published: 5/21/2015   |   Inventor(s): Jonathan Bird (ub), Uttam Singisetti (ub), Andrew Marshall (Non-Ub)
Keywords(s): Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Electronics, Technology Classifications > Engineering, Campus > University at Buffalo
Colloidal Nanocrystals with Excellent Thermal and High-flux Stability
Solid-state lighting (SSL) has the potential to revolutionize the lighting industry. Light-emitting diodes (LEDs)--traditionally used in signs, signals and displays--are rapidly evolving to provide light sources for general illumination. This technology holds promise for lower energy consumption and reduced maintenance. However the solid state Lighting...
Published: 12/4/2013   |   Inventor(s): Keith Kahen
Keywords(s): Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Energy, Technology Classifications > Nanotechnology, Technology Classifications > Electronics, Technology Classifications > Engineering, Campus > University at Buffalo
Predictive Indicator System for CO2 Scrubber Endurance
For scuba diving, a microcontroller and sensors to monitor non-hygroscopic soda lime usage in closed circuit breathing apparatus and calculate the available remaining dive time. Non-hygroscopic soda lime is used to remove exhaled carbon dioxide (CO2) in closed circuit breathing apparatus. As a diver exerts him/herself while swimming, the soda lime...
Published: 9/7/2012   |   Inventor(s): Clas E Lundgren, Ronald Okupski
Keywords(s): Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Instrumentation, Technology Classifications > Sensors, Technology Classifications > Engineering, Campus > University at Buffalo
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