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An Asymmetrical Wireless Communication Transceiver
Background Existing solutions for short range, high speed wireless communication systems are characterized by the symmetrical designs of master/host device and slave/user device, with respect to their transceiver capabilities. The complex and high speed digital signal processing (DSP) algorithms necessary for channel equalization, compensation and ...
Adaptive Local Area Tracking and Locationing System for TeleHealth and Other Applications
Background Position location has become increasingly important to a very broad spectrum of industry sectors, from defence to healthcare, who all desire accurate position location under all circumstances. GPS is effective and accurate outdoors but works very poorly, if at all, indoors and in urban canyon environments due to the weak signal strength....
An Adaptive Wireless Transmission Protocol to Maximize Allocation of the Radio Spectrum
Background Today's prevalence of multimedia communication devices places a high demand on wired and wireless communication systems. The wide range of user applications and requirements, coupled with the fast variation of wireless channels, places added pressure on the already overcrowded and inefficiently allocated conventional radio spectrum. User...
AMEE™- Algorithmic Music Evolution Engine
Traditionally, the focus in video game development has been on increasing the complexity and realism of video imaging to produce a life-like portrayal of the action and characters. Only recently has there been interest in significantly improving the musical content in video games. AMEE™, a proprietary music generation software conceived at We...
An Embeddable Security Protocol to Address Vulnerabilities Inherent in Wireless Networks
Background: Wireless communication networks are now facing various risks of intrusion and attacks due to their lack of a physical association between the transmitter and legitimate receiver. The traditional methods to address these security issues are to use the higher layers of the OSI model which include conventional authentication and cryptograp...
Computer-Based Single-Pilot Resource Management (SRM) Training Program
Did you know that we have entered a peculiar time in aviation where the aircraft flown are statistically safer than the pilots who fly them? The National Transportation Safety Board reports that 97% of General Aviation (GA) accidents are caused by pilot error. Now you can upgrade your aviation safety skills online with Online Single-Pilot Resource ...

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