This discovery includes methods useful for the diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease and the evaluation of enhanced levels of lipid peroxidation in mammals using isoprostanes as sensitive and stable molecular markers.
This is a novel method for detecting the presence of emulated environments on a computer system. The primary application of the invention is to detect "undetectable" debuggers that rely on system emulation. This solves an important problem in reverse engineering where a software module is attacked via emulation.
This is a novel device that serves both as detector and demultiplexer for spatial domain multiplexed (SDM) optical channels. Photo-diodes/photo-detectors have long been in existence; however, this presents a novel and first of a kind array of concentric photo-diodes.
This liquid level measurement technology is a compact, lightweight alternative system capable of measuring the level of liquid in a container. The system uses floating gauges and conventional sensors to measure liquid levels. For liquids that pose explosion hazards, fiber-optic sensors are inherently safer because they do not include electrical connections inside tanks.
This novel three-mirror sensor measures two independent parameters - such as hydrogen concentration and temperature - simultaneously. The sensor operates with a single sensor head and single wavelength, which minimizes cost and complexity and increases accuracy.
Fiber-Optic Switch Invented by Barry Grossman, Ph.D., and Sachin Dekate - Patent # 7,302,128
While most fiber-optic switches are digital, we have developed an Analog Fiber-Optic Switch (AFOS). This switch has both wavelength and fiber type independence, a measured extinction ratio of 80 dB or more, low insertion loss, simple construction and low cost.
DR. GROSSMAN HAS A MULTITUDE OF IDEAS, APPLICATIONS AND CAPABILITIES IN THE AREA OF FIBER-OPTICS.
This is a novel new technique that adds a new dimension to optical communications and systems. Multiple channels of exactly the same or differing wavelengths occupying exactly the same or different locations inside an optical channel can be transmitted and detected using the angular momentum of photons.
Spatial domain multiplexing is a revolutionary technique for launching, transporting, and detecting two or more optical channels operating at exactly the same wavelength inside an optical fiber. This approach allows the bandwidth of existing or new fiber-optic systems to be doubled. It adds a new dimension to existing multiplexing techniques.
The method for making the fiber optic Fabry-Perot sensor includes securing and optical fiber to a substrate having a characteristic which is changeable in response to sensed condition; and forming at least one gap in the optical fiber after the optical fiber is secured to the substrate to define at least one pair of self-aligned opposing spaced apart optical fiber end faces for the Fabry-Perot sensor, and wherein at least one gap changes in response to changes in the characteristic of the substrate.
Greywolf Technical Services, Inc., owned by Dr. William W. Arrasmith, has developed a series of disruptive imaging technologies. This disruptive imaging technology is portable, implementable in software, more accurate than current methods, and can be made to run in real-time (faster than 30 Hz) imaging systems resulting in dramatic increases in the imaging system's spatial resolution for defense, intelligence, NASA, and many other government and commercial applications.
Description Of Eagle Eye Technology Portable, rugged, real-time atmospheric turbulence compensated imaging system Invented by Dr. William W. Arrasmith PhD-College of Engineering
Antifouling coatings control marine growth and maintain ship hulls in a smooth and hydrodynamic condition. The effort to develop reliable and environmentally acceptable coatings is ongoing. The Antifouling Aging Testing System is a scientific tool that tests the performance of different ship hull coatings.
When partial or complete closure of a coronary artery occurs, angioplasty is commonly performed to reopen the artery. The frustration of laser and balloon angioplasty is that in many cases the plaque quickly returns, a phenomenon called restenosis. The device delivers an externally generated ionizing dose of pulsed x-ray irradiation to the arterial wall to prevent restenosis. This device can also be used for other therapeutic applications, such as irradiation of tumors, with minimal damage to surrounding healthy tissue.
This technology is a new approach to using ultrafast laser for optical imaging. Conventional optical imaging technologies rely on inverse analysis for image reconstruction. This technology selects the optimum temporal pulse width based on the patient's intrinsic radiative properties. Once the pulse width is determined, the location and size of an abnormal structure can be revealed without resorting to the computationally intensive inverse analysis algorithm.
This technology is an advanced optical tomography (AOT) system for in-vivo diagnosis of early cancer and tumors with high spatial and temporal resolution. The AOT imaging system examines the response of tissue to an ultrashort incident pulsed laser source.
The Infinity Fan, used as either a desktop or standing fan, circulates air both horizontally and vertically. The fan face moves in an "infinity" or sideways figure-eight pattern upon a spherical surface. The Infinity Fan provides both back-and-forth and up-and-down movement in a continuous sweeping motion - powered by only one motor.
Lightning damage is costly, and the ever-increasing reliance on microelectronics for critical business and governmental activity amplifies that danger. Researchers at Florida Tech and the University of Florida have developed a novel method for accurate lightning strike warning and after-the-fact strike location determination. An on-site instrument provides a 1-millisecond warning of an impending lightning strike and after-the-fact evidence of the strike within 100 meters of the instrument.