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Conferences

DETECTION OF INCUMBENT RADAR IN THE 3.5 GHZ CBRS BAND

Author(s)
Raied M. Caromi, Michael R. Souryal, Wen-Bin Yang
In the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service, 100 MHz of spectrum will be shared between commercial users and federal incumbents. Dynamic use of the band

Determining Carbon Fiber Composite Loading by Flip-Chip on a Coplanar Waveguide to 110GHz

Author(s)
Nina P. Basta, Jasper A. Drisko, Aaron M. Hagerstrom, Joshua A. Orlicki, Jennifer M. Sietins, Daniel B. Knorr, Jr., Edward J. Garboczi, Christian J. Long, Nathan D. Orloff
The electrical properties of materials are a necessary part of any circuit design. As applications at millimeter-wave frequen-cies increase, there is a growing

Modeling Community Resilience: Update on the Center for Risk-Based Community Resilience Planning and the Computational Environment IN-CORE

Author(s)
John W. van de Lindt, Bruce Ellingwood, Therese P. McAllister, Paolo Gardoni, Daniel Cox, Walter G. Peacock, Harvey Cutler, Maria K. Dillard, Jong Lee, Lori Peek, Judith Mitrani-Reiser
Community resilience is often defined as the ability of a community to prepare for, absorb, and recover rapidly from a hazard event. In 2015, the U.S. National

3.5 GHz ESC Sensor Test Apparatus Using Field-Measured Waveforms

Author(s)
Raied M. Caromi, John Mink, Cosburn H. Wedderburn, Michael R. Souryal, Naceur El Ouni
This paper presents a framework and apparatus for laboratory testing of environmental sensing capability (ESC) sensors for the 3.5 GHz band. These sensors are

Energy efficient single flux quantum based neuromorphic computing

Author(s)
Michael L. Schneider, Christine A. Donnelly, Stephen E. Russek, Burm Baek, Matthew R. Pufall, Peter F. Hopkins, William H. Rippard
Many neuromorphic hardware technologies are being explored for their potential to increase the efficiency of computing certain problems, and thus facilitate

Rydberg Atom-based RF Power Measurements

Author(s)
Matthew T. Simons, Marcus D. Kautz, Abdulaziz H. Haddab, Joshua A. Gordon, Christopher L. Holloway, Thomas P. Crowley
The power transmitted through a waveguide was determined using in-situ atom-based electric field measurements. The field distribution in the waveguide was

A Systematic Study: Channel Sounding via Modal Expansion

Author(s)
Alexey J. Yuffa, Benjamin F. Jamroz, Jake D. Rezac, Dylan F. Williams
We present preliminary results of using a modal (partial wave) expansion of the field to characterize a propagation channel. We assume that the measurements of

Persistence of Electromagnetic Units in Magnetism

Author(s)
Ronald B. Goldfarb
The centimeter-gram-second system of electromagnetic units (EMU) has been used in magnetism since the late 19th century. The International System of Units (SI),

3.5 GHz Federal Incumbent Protection Algorithms

Author(s)
Michael R. Souryal, Thao Nguyen, Nickolas J. LaSorte
The current standardized algorithm for U.S. federal incumbent protection in the 3.5 GHz band is sub-optimum in that it moves more commercial transmissions out