Category Archives: Intro to Nanosync

Join the nanosync project

DELTA is now inviting potential patners to look at the possibilities of joining a nanosynchronization research and development consortium where many different sources of funding will be considered, for example, Eurostars, EU FP 7 or Danish national funding. Take a … Continue reading

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No time lost…portable precision time in your pocket.

Nanosynchronization of multiple transducers requires a common clock source, such as the time signal from GPS.  But when no GPS signal is available, synchronization is still possible, assuming you have a very stable clock, where an atomic clock is as … Continue reading

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Up, Up and Away: nanosync takes off

  The maiden flight of the nano-synchronized Aerial Sensor   Can flying transducers be used to map the turbulence field behind wind tubines? This feasibility study shows the instrumentation pod attached to the tethered balloon.  And what does it measure? 3D Windspeed, … Continue reading

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Nano-sync Meeting: May 16 and May 17, 2011

Join us to discuss the future of nanosynchronization its applications how we can work together access research funds from a range of national and international sources. The goal of the meetings is to create one or more research consortia to … Continue reading

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nanoPXI: the virtual PXI Mainframe

PXI  is a modular instrumentation technology providing tight synchronization between modules along with high-speed data transfers between individual modules.  Precision modular instruments are typically placed in a mainframe (or chassis) which provides power, synchronization, and data transfer between the modules.  … Continue reading

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nanosync in the News

The latest edition of the Danish publication “Nyhedsmagasinet Elektronik & Data” features nanosynchronization on its cover, with an in-depth article describing the technology and its potential applications.  The editorial on page 2 also comments on the future perspectives. You can … Continue reading

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The next generation of sensors

Current sensors such as microphones can capture sound waves, convert them to electronic form so the sounds can be stored, edited, or transmitted to other locations (i.e. music distribution or cell phone speech transmission). But the microphone doesn’t necessarily know … Continue reading

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Nano-synchronization: Foundation for the next wave

Because nano-synchronization is the least known technology and sounds very exotic, a short explanation can help create the foundation for exploring its applications. GPS signals are transmitted from multiple satellites to make localization anywhere on the globe possible. To make … Continue reading

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Future Technology Drivers

Three main technologies will continue to drive electronics based applications: 1. Continued price/performance improvements in semiconductors (Moore’s Law). This is the most visible and talked about technology. 2. Analog Sensors. The popularity of the current generation of tablets and smartphones … Continue reading

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Technologies that create revolutions!

New technologies often enable surprising, unexpected innovations and fundamental changes in traditional industries. • The Vinyl LP was replaced with the CD in the 1980’s, which are in the process of disappearing into ”MP-3” players. Thus physical shelves of music … Continue reading

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