Abstract: A system for transmitting bioelectrical signals. The system includes an implantable bioelectrical sensor for receiving at least one bioelectrical signal; an analog-to-time converter for converting the received bioelectrical signal from an analog domain to a time domain signal; and a radio frequency (RF) modulator for transmitting the time domain signal. The the analog-to-time converter and the RF modulator are implantable in a living being.
May 18, 2009
Date of Patent:
February 17, 2015
Georgia Tech Research Corporation, North Carolina University
Abstract: Methods and systems for performing packet loss recovery when transmitting compressed video over a lossy packet-based network include transmitting packets of compressed video data from a sender to a receiver. In response to detecting lost or erroneously received packets, the receiver transmits a retransmission request to the sender. In response to receiving the retransmission request, the sender changes the periodic temporal dependency distance of a frame to be transmitted such that the frame depends on the frame associated with the retransmitted packets. The receiver receives the retransmitted packets and restores the frame corresponding the retransmitted packets in a frame buffer. The receiver uses the restored frame to decode a frame transmitted after the retransmitted packets.
Abstract: A new and distinct Hydrangea cultivar named ‘NCHA4’ is disclosed, characterized by large, mop-head inflorescences with prevalent sterile flowers. Plants produce distinctive two-toned sepals with pink upper surfaces and deep pink lower surfaces. Plant habit is compact, and plants are triploid. The new variety is a Hydrangea normally produced as an outdoor garden or container plant.
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