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Method for pulse shape design for OFDM

Stanford researchers at the Paulraj Lab have patented a computationally efficient iterative method for OFDM (orthogonal frequency division multiplexing) shape design that produces mutually orthogonal transmission pulses with fast spectral decay. The resu...
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Allergy testing with small whole blood samples

A team of Stanford researchers has developed a FACS-based method to quickly and safely determine allergic reactions using white blood cell analysis. This technique involves combining a small (1-2 drops) sample of a patient’s blood with a test allergen a...
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