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Spoofing detection for GPS/GNSS antennas

Researchers in Prof. Per Enge’s laboratory have invented a simple antenna modification that is designed to detect spoofing attacks originating from below the horizon. Using the flip of a switch, this technology exploits the “nuisance” back lobe radi...
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Robust monolithic micromechanical valves for high density microfluidic very large scale integration (mVLSI)

Stephen Quake's Group is raising the performance bar for high-density microfluidic chips by orders of magnitude. This invention is the technique for fabricating leak-proof monolithic microvalves that are an order of magnitude smaller than typical microfl...
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