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Patents

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A timeline of long distance communication techniques

Communication Linker for Communication Linking

Inventors

Sergey Vladimirovich Polyakov, Ivan Burenkov

Patent Description The US has the leading optical communication industry and one of the largest telecommunication markets. Our invention directly improves the underlying technology of the telecommunication infrastructure. Quantum Coherent Frequency Shift Keying (CFSK) receiver is a device that
Powerpoint slide, showing via map and photograhpy, the distance from NIST Boulder to Valmont Butte

Optical Time Distributor and Process for Optical Two-Way Time-Frequency Transfer

Inventors

Laura Sinclair, Nathan R. Newbury, William C. Swann, Hugo Bergeron, Jean-Daniel Deschenes

Patent Description The invention is a method to compare and synchronize "clocks" (i.e. local timescales) through optical links across free space, which include open air paths through the atmosphere to other terrestrial sites or to satellites, as well as satellite-to-satellite paths. The challenge is
A line drawing describing the apparatus and method for dynamically controlling spectrum access

Apparatus and Method for Dynamically Controlling Spectrum Access

Inventors

Timothy A Hall, Anirudha Sahoo, Charles Hagwood, Sarah Streett

Patent Description There is a need for government and industry to share spectrum due to limited frequency band. This invention provides for a dynamic spectrum access (DSA) in a tiered sharing system whose goal is to increase spectrum utilization. It is an apparatus (hardware + firmware) that
A line drawing showing the entire structure, which includes the resonator and supporting substrate.

Reticulated Resonator, Process for Making and Use of Same

Inventors

Raymond Simmonds, Katarina Cicak, Cindy Regal, Pen-Li Yu, Yeghishe Tsaturyan, Thomas Purdy, Nir Kampel

Patent Description Mechanical resonators are widely used in wireless receivers, bio sensors, and timing and frequency control. Besides industry, in recent years in academia there is also considerable interest for ultrahigh precision sensing and fundamental science. A mechanical resonator with the
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