Instantaneous Communication Systems

Case ID: 01028

Description

Instantaneous Communication Systems

 

Background

Radar and IFF (identification, friend or foe) systems have been designed since their inception in World War II to utilize the waves that originate in their transmitting antennas, take a time interval d/c to reach the target, and another time interval d/c to return to the transmitting antenna (d= distance to target, c= speed of light).

 

Tech Overview

Researchers at theUniversity of Hawaii are studying solutions to the electromagnetic field equations for these systems. Their work has revealed another interaction between target and transmitter that is instantaneous and appears as a signal induced in the transmitting antenna simultaneous with the transmission of the transmitter’s outgoing pulses. This instantaneous signalfrom the target can also be modulated at the target to provide for the transmission of data from the target to the transmitter without time delay relative to the outgoing pulses from the transmitter.

 

Applications

Computerized trading system

Satellites

Deep space communications

Any communication system in which transmission of data on a microsecond time scale provides a competitive advantage

IP Status

US Patent 15/071,025 Instantaneous Communication Systems

 

Seeking

Development partner

Commercial partner

Licensing

University spin out

Investment

 

Key Words

Communications

Data Transmission

Satellites

Patent Information:
Inventors
John Madey
Julius Madey

For information, contact:
Rafael Gacel-Sinclair
Technology Licensing Associate
University of Hawaii
gacel@hawaii.edu
Keywords


Categories
Physics
Communications
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