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Techniques for design and implementation of physically unclonable functions
Physically unclonable functions (PUFs) provide a basis for many security, and digital rights management protocols. PUFs exploit the unclonable and unique manufacturing variability of silicon devices to establish a secret. ...
Experimental and analytical evalution of embedded link performance with small-scale channel fluctuations
We have deployed a first-of-its-kind, urban-scale wireless mesh network which provides Internet access to 1000's of users spanning multiple square kilometers in an underserved area in Houston, TX. However, in this and other ...
Micro power management of active 802.11 network interfaces
Micro power management (muPM), a standard-compliant MAC level solution to save power for active 802.11 interfaces is developed. muPM enables an 802.11 interface to enter unreachable power-saving modes even between MAC ...
Deployment and assessment of wireless mesh networks
Multi-tier wireless mesh network deployments are a popular, cost-effective means to provide wireless broadband connectivity to neighborhoods and cities. Client devices within the coverage area of a mesh network connect ...
Rice University NanoJapan Program: Connecting US Undergraduates with Leading Japanese Nanotechnology Research Laboratories: National Science Foundation, Tokyo Regional Office
National Science Foundation, Tokyo Regional Office: Special Scientific Report #08-01. As international partnerships are becoming increasingly indispensible to solving major science and engineering problems, U.S. researchers ...