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Miniaturized, Power Efficient C-Band Telemetry(Status: Completed -- Project Award Date: 03-15-2013)
The overall objective is to successfully develop the concept and design of a miniaturized, power efficient C-Band telemetry transmitter.
Preamble Assisted Equalization for Aeronautical Telemetry (PAQ)(Status: Completed -- Project Award Date: 03-06-2013)
This research is to identify equalization algorithms suitable for use with SOQPSK-TG that are capable of exploiting the presence of a periodically inserted pilot block.
UMKC EAGER: US Ignite: In-Home Monitoring in Support of Caregivers for Patients with Dementia(Status: Completed -- Project Award Date: 10-01-2012)
BRIGE: Heterogeneous Traffic over Heterogeneous Relay Networks(Status: Active -- Project Award Date: 09-01-2012)
This research will increase the understanding of providing reliable service for heterogeneous traffic over heterogeneous relay networks. The objective of the proposed research is to develop a unified fundamental framework for the analysis and design of heterogenous relay networks that can efficiently deliver heterogeneous traffic with statistical delay constraints.
Production of Long-Range Passive RFID Tags(Status: Completed -- Project Award Date: 06-19-2012)
This grant is to develop high-grain RFID tag Antennas
A Proposal for Interdomain Resilience(Status: Completed -- Project Award Date: 05-01-2012)
This award will explore the resilience and survivability of multidomain (multiprovider) networks, including the resilience of BGP and BGPsec.
A Proposal for Interdomain Resilience(Status: Completed -- Project Award Date: 05-01-2012)
This award will explore the resilience and survivability of multidomain (multiprovider) networks, including the resilience of BGP and BGPsec. This work will leverage the research and tools under development by the ResiliNets research group on topological, routing, and end-to-end path resilience.
Dual S & C-Band Telemetry Transmitter System(Status: Completed -- Project Award Date: 04-10-2012)
Reductions and reallocations of telemetry wireless bandwidth have prompted the need for DoD agencies to adapt to operation in more restricted and less desirable frequency spectrum. Telemetering systems must evolve to address these frequency allocation changes, while retaining operational characteristics that are vital to MDA mission success.
KanREN-GENI: GENI in the Kansas Research and Education Network and the Great Plains Network(Status: Completed -- Project Award Date: 10-01-2011)
This infrastructure will enable direct GPENI OpenFlow access in two resilient overlay networks (RONs) and three Midwest states.
GpENI: Great Plains Environment for Network Innovation(Status: Completed -- Project Award Date: 09-01-2008)
ITTC will lead regional deployment of network infrastructure to support interdisciplinary research and development of future Internet architectures. The Great Plains Environment for Network Innovation (GpENI), part of a National Science Foundation initiative, will foster collaboration among participating Midwestern universities.

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