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Secure Your Digital Fortress: Revolutionizing Cybersecurity with Next-Gen PUF Technology
TS-065412 — The Need: In contemporary cybersecurity landscapes, the conventional methods of employing Physically Unclonable Functions (PUFs) necessitate maintaining a secure challenge-response database. However, this practice poses significant security risks as access to this database could lead to the comprom…
  • College: College of Arts & Sciences
  • Inventors: Gauthier, Daniel
  • Licensing Officer: Dahlman, Jason "Jay"

Turf Whisperer: Location Selective Data Delivery via Low-Power Acoustic Transmissions
TS-037839 — A way to use audio systems to send information to select locations and people, without the public hearing it.
With the advent of digital communications platforms such as mobile devices, information is able is to be disseminated almost instantly, to anywhere in the world. However, some aspects of modern infrastructure have not caught up to the information age, with facilities such as supermarkets and airpo…
  • College: College of Engineering (COE)
  • Inventors: Koksal, C. Emre; Indukuri, Harihara Varma
  • Licensing Officer: Mess, David

Topoplogy Based Large Scale Indoor/Outdoor Geo-Navigation for Mobile Platforms Guided by GIS and BIM
TS-037496 — A novel way to complete navigation with a GPS enabled device without maintianing a consistent signal
Mobile devices with GPS systems are seeing increase in use over the last decade, it is not hard to say that geo‐localization and navigation have become important aspects of our lives. GPS is limited in certain settings where the signal is degraded or blocked such as city centers with high‐rise…
  • College: College of Engineering (COE)
  • Inventors: Yilmaz, Alper; Gupta, Ashish
  • Licensing Officer: Zinn, Ryan

Referenceless and Frequency Independent Radio Reciever
TS-037378 — A radio receiver that operates without the need for locally generated reference signals.
A radio frequency signal may typically consist of a single frequency carrier signal, modulated with some information signal. The purpose of a receiver is to extract the information signal from the carrier. This is commonly accomplished by mixing the received signal with one or more local reference…
  • College: College of Engineering (COE)
  • Inventors: Novak, Markus; Bojja venkatakrishnan, Satheesh; Volakis, John
  • Licensing Officer: Zinn, Ryan

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