Wireless Communications Systems

Waveguides with Dielectric-light Reflectors for Physically Unclonable Functions Applicable on Fully Fabricated Printed Circuit Boards for Identification, Authentication, and Cryptographic Key Derivation
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Waveguides with Dielectric-light Reflectors for Physically Unclonable Functions Applicable on Fully Fabricated Printed Circuit Boards for 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...
Waveguides with Dielectric-light Reflectors for Physically Unclonable Functions Applicable on Fully Fabricated Printed Circuit Boards for Identification, Authentication, and Cryptographic Key Derivation
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Waveguides with Dielectric-light Reflectors for Physically Unclonable Functions Applicable on Fully Fabricated Printed Circuit Boards for 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...
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Whale Identification

R:BASE for DOS, a computer program developed under NASA contract, has been adapted by the National Marine Mammal Laboratory and the College of the Atlantic to provide and advanced computerized photo matching technique for identification of humpback whales. The program compares photos with stored...
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Wireless Communications

A technology utilization project led to the commercial adaptation of a Space Shuttle Orbiter wireless infrared voice communications system. The technology was adapted to a LAN system by Wilton Industries, one of the participants. Because the system is cable-free, installation charges are saved, and...
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Workplace Design

The Anthropometric Source Book was developed based on Johnson Space Center project of anthropometry, the study of the size, shape and motion characteristics of the human body. Designed primarily for use by NASA, the military services and aerospace contractors, the book was also intended to help non...
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Wrap-Around Worlds

Flogiston Corporation was included in Spinoff 1992 for its stress reducing chair based on data from NASA's Anthropometric Source Book. Now, under a NASA SBIR, Flogiston developed a new form of immersion in virtual and video spaces called Neutral Immersion. The technology is called Flostation and is...

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