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Projects/Programs

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Public Safety Communications Program

Ongoing
CTL advances public safety communication technology by researching, developing, and accelerating the adoption and implementation of critical communications

Public Safety Communications Research

Ongoing
The primary objective of the Public Safety Communications Research program is to lead the development of wireless telecommunications and information technology

Public Safety Image Quality

Ongoing
With the proliferation of the Internet and mobile devices, cameras are everywhere. Countless practitioners take photos daily and receive photos from the public

Publishing Services

Ongoing
The Information Services Office is the publisher of the NIST Technical Series reports and the Journal of Research of NIST. Librarians ensure the discoverability

Quantitative Information from Images

Ongoing
Photographs, or optical light images, are spatial records of light reflected or emitted from objects. Thus, they are prospective light measurements. In many

Quantitative MRI

Ongoing
The Quantitative MRI project develops calibration structures (phantoms) and validates quantitative imaging protocols for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Quantum Biophotonics

Ongoing
Faint light detection is a staple in biology- used from systems biology research to bioassays for biomanufacturing and healthcare diagnostics.

Quantum Communications and Networks

Ongoing
The Quantum Communication and Networks Project develops quantum devices and studies them for use in quantum communications and networking applications. Our goal

Quantum Conductance

Ongoing
Graphene, the two-dimensional honeycomb carbon lattice isolated in 2004, has enabled significant advancement in a variety of subfields in physics due to its