Information Sciences

Phononic Shield Against Acoustic Threats
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Phononic Shield Against Acoustic Threats

Hearing loss is a major cause of disability among military personnel who are routinely exposed to a wide range of acoustic threats ranging from machinery noise to ordnance detonation. Currently, utilization of hearing protection devices (HPDs) in the field is limited. Passive HPDs such as earplugs...
Phononic Shield Against Acoustic Threats
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Phononic Shield Against Acoustic Threats

Hearing loss is a major cause of disability among military personnel who are routinely exposed to a wide range of acoustic threats ranging from machinery noise to ordnance detonation. Currently, utilization of hearing protection devices (HPDs) in the field is limited. Passive HPDs such as earplugs...
Physically Unclonable Functions for Fully Fabricated Printed Circuit Boards used in Identification, Authentication, and Cryptographic Key Derivation
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Physically Unclonable Functions for Fully Fabricated Printed Circuit Boards used in Identification, Authentication, and Cryptographic Key Derivation

Many electronic systems use digital identification for authentication and key derivation to achieve system security. One system security method uses an optical physical unclonable function (PUF), implemented on a printed circuit board. PUFs are constructed from light emitting diodes (LEDs) and an...
Physically Unclonable Functions for Fully Fabricated Printed Circuit Boards used in Identification, Authentication, and Cryptographic Key Derivation
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Physically Unclonable Functions for Fully Fabricated Printed Circuit Boards used in Identification, Authentication, and Cryptographic Key Derivation

Many electronic systems use digital identification for authentication and key derivation to achieve system security. One system security method uses an optical physical unclonable function (PUF), implemented on a printed circuit board. PUFs are constructed from light emitting diodes (LEDs) and an...
Physically Unclonable Functions for Fully Fabricated Printed Circuit Boards used in Identification, Authentication, and Cryptographic Key Derivation
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Physically Unclonable Functions for Fully Fabricated Printed Circuit Boards used in Identification, Authentication, and Cryptographic Key Derivation

Many electronic systems use digital identification for authentication and key derivation to achieve system security. One system security method uses an optical physical unclonable function (PUF), implemented on a printed circuit board. PUFs are constructed from light emitting diodes (LEDs) and an...
Pressure Driven Flow Control in Microreactor Systems
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Pressure Driven Flow Control in Microreactor Systems

Significant advances have been made in the design and fabrication of microreactors for use in lab-on-a-chip or plant-on-a-chip applications. However, less progress has been made in the fluidic and pumping technology used to move reactants into and out of microreactors. This has resulted in the...
Pressure Driven Flow Control in Microreactor Systems
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Pressure Driven Flow Control in Microreactor Systems

Significant advances have been made in the design and fabrication of microreactors for use in lab-on-a-chip or plant-on-a-chip applications. However, less progress has been made in the fluidic and pumping technology used to move reactants into and out of microreactors. This has resulted in the...

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