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Projects/Programs

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Ultra-dense Networks

Ultra-dense networks will arise not only from an expanded user base and shorter links, but also from an enriched topology, including different technologies and

Understanding Flow Meters

Accurate flow measurements are needed for test fluids, temperatures, pressures, flows, and installation conditions that differ from those used during NIST's

Uniaxial Tension Beyond Necking

This project is developing methods to extract valid tensile stress-strain data out of an ASTM E8-type test beyond the point of necking.

Universal Quantum Bus

If quantum computers are ever to be realized, they likely will be made of different types of parts that will need to share information with one another, just

Usability for Biometric Systems

With the plans for integrating biometrics into many areas of government and public life, the importance of usability research has increased. As we began to

USGv6 Program

NIST is Working with other USG agencies and industry to develop and maintain the standards, test program, deployment guidance and test and measurement tools

Vapor Characterization

A vapor is a fluid that develops (and will always be formed) above a condensed phase such as a solid or liquid. Understanding vapors is critical to fundamental

Vehicular Network System

The Public Safety Communications Research (PSCR) program is analyzing the feasibility of cost-effective, vehicle mounted satellite infrastructure links in order