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A system for probing Casimir energy corrections to the condensation energy

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Diego J. Perez, Alexander Stange, Richard Lally, Lawrence Barrett, Matthias Imboden, Abhishek Som, David Campbell, Vladimir A. Aksyuk, David Bishop
In this article, we present a nano-electromechanical system (NEMS) designed to detect changes in the Casimir Energy. The Casimir effect is a result of the

Bridging Analog LMR to LTE MCPTT Communications

Author(s)
Christopher J. Walton, Chic J. O'Dell
This paper explores a low-cost method to bridge analog public safety Land mobile radio (LMR) systems into a standards based Long Term Evolution (LTE) MCPTT

NIST Scientific Foundation Reviews

Author(s)
John M. Butler, Hariharan K. Iyer, Richard A. Press, Melissa K. Taylor, Peter M. Vallone, Sheila Willis
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is a scientific research agency that works to advance measurement science, standards, and technology

An Integrated Set of XML Tools – User Guide

Author(s)
Thomas R. Kramer, Zeid Kootbally, Craig I. Schlenoff
This user guide describes an integrated set of C++ software tools for manipulating XML (eXtensible Markup Language) schemas and XML instance files. The tools

Measuring Manufacturing’s Significance in the USA

Author(s)
Katherine C. Morris, Douglas S. Thomas
Economic value added is a primary metric for measuring manufacturing activity; however, this metric and others exclude approximately half of the economic

Study of MBSFN Area in Multicast Communication

Author(s)
Chen Shen, Chunmei Liu, Richard A. Rouil, Hyeong Ah-Choi
Multicast was introduced in Long-Term Evolution (LTE) in release 8 as the technology of the Evolved Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Services (eMBMS) and has been

Fire Hazards of Dry Versus Watered Christmas Trees

Author(s)
Matthew S. Hoehler, Matthew F. Bundy, Laurean A. DeLauter, Robin L. Materese, Leon Gerskovic, Jose R. Garcia
These experiments were designed to examine the difference in fire hazard between a dry Christmas tree and a watered Christmas tree for fire safety awareness
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