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Software modem

Conventional modem designs can be termed as ‘fixed-function’ modems ‘ because almost all modem functionality in these modems are implemented in silicon resulting in large die sizes and limited flexibility. As the number and complexity of air interfaces increase, so does the challenge involved in planning, designing, manufacturing, testing and …

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Software Defined Network (SDN)

Software-Defined Networking (SDN) is a network architecture approach that enables the network to be intelligently and centrally controlled, or ‘programmed,’ using software applications. This helps operators manage the entire network consistently and holistically, regardless of the underlying network technology.   Software-defined networking (SDN) is the decoupling of the network control logic from the …

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Field programmable gate array (FPGA) for efficient data center systems to military radars and Electronic Warfare systems

All modern personal computers including desktops, notebooks, smartphones, and tablets, are examples of general-purpose computers. General-purpose computing incorporates ‘Von Neumann’ approach, which states that an instruction fetch and a data operation cannot occur simultaneously. Therefore, being sequential machines, their performance is also limited. On the other hand, we have the …

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Floating ships with small nuclear reactors to supply power to countries

Small modular reactors (SMRs) defined as nuclear reactors generally 300MWe equivalent or less. SMRs have generated global interest, and potential future applications are a subject of international research directives.  Their are around 50 different SMR designs worldwide according to the IAEA.  Project proposals include use of SMRs for desalination, process …

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Neurotechnology race to develop Brain Computer Interface (BCI) to reduce soldier’s cognitive load and controlling multiple military robots with speed of thought

Neurotechnology is an umbrella term for a range of technologies which interact directly with the brain or nervous system. This can include systems which passively scan, map or interpret brain activity, or systems which actively influence the state of the brain or nervous system.   Governments and the private sector …

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Brain Computer Interface technology

Every action our body performs begins with a thought, and with every thought comes an electrical signal. The electrical signals can be received by the brain-computer interface, consisting of an electroencephalograph (EEG) or an implanted electrode, which can then be translated, and then sent to the performing hardware to produce …

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