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A Low-Cost GPS Spoofing Detector and Spoofer Localizer
The ChallengeThirty-one satellites currently in orbit contribute to the Global Positioning System. These satellites are used to calculate the longitude, latitude, and altitude of users. However, the GPS system is vulnerable to spoofing attacks that can migrate the user from the actual signal to the spoofing signal. These attacks can disrupt operations...
Published: 3/15/2021   |   Inventor(s): Yaling Yang, Shinan Liu, Gang Wang
Category(s): Communication, Computer Software, Consumer Products, Transportation, Security, Devices
Quantum Control Technique
The Challenge Quantum computers could enable us to tackle problems exponentially faster than ordinary classical computers. For decades, people have been striving to overcome one of the main obstacles to realizing this and other proposed quantum technologies, namely the decoherence caused by the coupling between a qubit and its noisy environment. Implementing...
Published: 2/23/2021   |   Inventor(s): Edwin Barnes, Junkai Zeng
Category(s): Quantum Computing, Communication, Computer Hardware
PRIME: A Personalized Recommendation for Information Visualization Methods via Extended matrix Completion
Information visualization is an important mode of human-computer interaction to acquire insights of complex datasets. However, a uniform visualization format may be inefficient to bring the insights to different users at different contexts due to the users' differences in knowledge, perception, and cognition capabilities. On the other hand, typical...
Published: 2/13/2018   |   Inventor(s): Ran Jin, Xiaoyu Chen, Nathan Lau
Category(s): Computer Software, Communication, Process/Procedures
Isolation of Malware using SDN
This invention provides a basis for malware deception product/service, in which compromised hosts are transferred to a honeynet environment in order to a) isolate them from production hosts and data, and (b) learn the adversary's TPP (tactics, techniques, and procedures), and c) develop IOCs (indicators of compromise).
Published: 11/6/2017   |   Inventor(s): Brian Hay, Amr Abed, Tohru Shiminaka
Category(s): Communication, Computer Software
CURT: A Scheduling Algorithm for Unlicensed LTE/Wi-Fi Coexistence
Scheduling bandwidth for multiple cell phone users is presently accomplished almost on an arbitrary basis using a predefined algorithms developed to maximize throughput. Since the scheduling frames are updated every 1 ms, this approach has made it virtually impossible to allocate bandwidth in a real-time, on-demand basis, to achieve best quality-of-service...
Published: 9/5/2017   |   Inventor(s): Yan Huang, Yiwei Thomas Hou, Yongce Chen
Category(s): Communication
60 GHz Wireless Link and Sensor for Location, Estimation and Movement Tracking
Using signal characteristics of the IEEE 802.11ad standard to obtain very precise estimates of user location, orientation and movement in addition with very high throughput. While wireless sensing is not a new idea, the proposed improvement are novel and substantial.
Published: 7/10/2017   |   Inventor(s): Jeffrey Reed, Tarun Cousik
Category(s): Communication, Electrical
Cooperative Positioning Using RF Pattern Matching
The present invention relates to telecommunications in general, and, more particularly, to a technique in which two or more wireless terminals cooperate to make measurements that assist in generating an estimate of their locations.
Published: 12/1/2016   |   Inventor(s): Reza Vaghefi, R. Michael Buehrer, Scot Gordon
Category(s): Communication, Computer Hardware, Computer Software, Electrical, Energy, Engineering, Environment, Process/Procedures, Transportation
Simplex Amplitude Modulation
This invention (Simplex Amplitude Modulation, or SAM) is a fundamental improvement in digital communications waveform design, with potential application in any communications link that uses digital modulation. The key attribute is that the waveform achieves increased power efficiency at a given level of error performance without sacrificing bandwidth...
Published: 2/8/2016   |   Inventor(s): Joseph Ziegler
Category(s): Communication
Method for Blind Communications Signal Reference Tone and Preamble Discovery and Synchronization
We provide a method for naively discovering and extracting reference signals from radio communications signals, and provide a means to discover their arrival times or synthesize them over the air without the need for expert knowledge of a radio waveform's specific specification.
Published: 11/10/2015   |   Inventor(s): Timothy O'shea, Thomas Charles Clancy
Category(s): Communication, Electrical
Method for Blindly Receiving Transmitted Radio Bits and Symbols from a Corrupted and Modulated Radio Signal
We provide a method for naively combining and demapping to data bits digital radio communications signals, this provides a potential gain in capacity, flexibility and interoperability while potentially offering reductions in system complexity, design time/cost, computational complexity, and expert protocol knowledge.
Published: 11/2/2015   |   Inventor(s): Timothy O'shea, Thomas Charles Clancy
Category(s): Communication, Electrical
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