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Ultra-wideband miniaturized microstrip patch antennas for wireless communications: design guidelines and modeling
The number of wireless communication applications continue to increase steadily, leading to competition for currently allocated frequency bands. Capacity issues in form of data rate and latency have always been a bottleneck ...
Effect of Nanoparticle Shape on the Response of Broadband Metamaterial Absorbers in the Visible Spectrum
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2016)
Optical metamaterials are defined as structures with electromagnetic properties in the visible spectrum that are unique and not present in nature. An example of such a metamaterial is a Metal-Insulator-Metal (MIM) structure, ...
Automatic GUI Based Counting Software for Immunostaining Analysis Using Matlab GUIDE
Typically, researchers need to the manually count the number of cells in many histological sections. However, this manual counting method is labor intensive and time consuming. Manual counting is also subject to bias, ...
Experimental evaluation of intravascular flow meter and miniature RFID antennas using MEMS pressure sensors and flexible PCD techniques
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2012-01-17)
A testbed for flow meters was built and validated. The testbed targeted intravascular pressure and flow monitoring applications. The testbed consists of a data acquisition system and two MEMS pressure sensors (SM5108). ...
Design of a wireless platform for wearable and home automation applications
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2012-10-02)
In the recent past, a great deal of attention has been given to wireless sensors. Wireless sensors enable a multitude of applications such as environmental monitoring, medical care, disaster response, home automation, ...