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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: Hong, Dongsung

UWB Multi-Antenna with High Isolation for Indoor Mobile Communication Systems
TS-015305 — An indoor base station system of multiple transmit and receive antennas with ultra-wide-band performance that covers LTE, GSM, PCS, and WiFi bands.
Ultra-wide-band (UWB) technology combined with multiple transmit and receive antennas can provide high data rates for indoor communications. However, designing multi-antenna systems with UWB performance is challenging because a sizable level of isolation between antennas is required to achieve eff…
  • College: College of Engineering (COE)
  • Inventors: Chen, Chi-Chih; Volakis, John; Yetisir, Ersin
  • Licensing Officer: Hong, Dongsung

Stretchable and Flexible E-Fiber Wire Antennas
TS-014971 — A new process to fabricate stretchable and flexible wire antennas with conductive fibers (E-fibers)
Current processes to manufacture flexible, mechanically durable antennas on E-fibers yield non-stretchable prototypes and lack fine print details. The geometric accuracy of printed antennas is less than 1 mm, and the devices are prone to failure due to fatigue and wear from deformation. The antenn…
  • College: College of Engineering (COE)
  • Inventors: Volakis, John; Kiourti, Asimina
  • Licensing Officer: Hong, Dongsung

Inexpensive Miniaturization of Photonic Crystal/Metamaterial components
TS-014947 — A printed microstrip that uses simple microwave circuit components to emulate the propagation normally only found in photonic crystals and metamaterials
Metamaterials, and more specifically photonic crystals, have enabled development of innovative technologies, such as radio frequency (RF) metamaterial air interface solutions, LED lights, flat panel displays, and fiber lasers. It has been speculated that metamaterials could enable further advancem…
  • College: College of Engineering (COE)
  • Inventors: Sertel, Kubilay; Volakis, John
  • Licensing Officer: Zinn, Ryan

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