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Compensation of spectral fractions in transmitting units

Ref-Nr: B74146

Category
Electrical engineering & electronics
Information & communication
University
Universität der Bundeswehr München
Stage of development
Idea
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Modulation with continuous phase
Reduction of spectral emissions
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Dr. Robert Phelps

Method for reducing cross-talk / interference: The optimal utilization of the available frequency bands plays an important role in the transmission of messages. In frequency multiplexing, sub-frequency bands are allocated to individual communication channels, which are usually completely independent of each other. In practice, however, there is cross-talk, that is, in a channel, signals from the two adjacent channels are also received. Thus, the received signal is composed of useful signal and interference signal. The aim of the present invention is to compensate for the interfering signal component. This is particularly important when the intensity of the adjacent channel signals and thus the interference signal which they contribute are greater than the actual useful signal (“adjacent channel interference problem”).

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A system for harvesting electrical energy during ski touring

Ref-Nr: B74129

Category
Energy & environment
University
Technische Universität München
Stage of development
Idea
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Energy Harvesting
Nordic Skiing
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A system for harvesting  electrical energy during ski touring
® ARochau

Energy storage systems of electronic components have short lifetimes especially in winter which can be safety-relevant for longer outdoor activities . The present invention includes a means for energy production during nordic skiing activities. The mechanical energy of the pivoting foot movement is transformed into electric energy that can be used for the continual recharging of the energy reservoir.

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Autocorrelation-Based Detection of Infinite Loops at Runtime

Ref-Nr: B76069

Category
Information & communication
University
Technische Universität München
Stage of development
Idea
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Keywords
Infinite loop
IT security
data savety
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Autocorrelation-Based Detection of Infinite Loops at Runtime
Triangular coefficient matrix

We present a new algorithm for the detection of infinite loop bugs in software. Source code is not needed. The algorithm is based on autocorrelation of a program execution’s branch target address sequence. We describe the implementation of the algorithm in a dynamic binary instrumentation tool; the result is light-weight enough to be applied continuously at runtime. Functionality of the tool is
evaluated with infinite loop bug test cases from the Juliet test suite for program analyzers. Applicability of the algorithm to production software is demonstrated by using the tool to detect previously known infinite loop bugs in cgit, Avahi and PHP.

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VSV/NDV hybrid virus for oncolytic therapy of cancer

Ref-Nr: B75267

Category
Oncology
Vaccines
University
Technische Universität München
Stage of development
Producibility
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Oncolytic virus
virotherapy
VSV/NDV hybrid virus
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VSV/NDV hybrid virus for oncolytic therapy of cancer
Figure: LDH cytotoxicity in Huh7 and HepG2 cells

Oncolytic virotherapy for cancer has emerged as a novel and promising therapeutic approach to replace standard cancer therapies, which often provide limited efficacy at the cost of unpleasant or severe side effects. Here, a novel VSV/NDV hybrid virus was engineered that combines the advantages of both vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) and Newcastle disease virus (NDV) vectors, while the safety concerns of both are eliminated.

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Microarray to determine responsiveness of tumors to antiangiogenic treatment

Ref-Nr: B62721

Category
Pharmaceutics & medicine
University
Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
Stage of development
Prototype
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Tumor therapy
colorectal cancer
angiogenesis
antiangiogenic therapy, Bevacizumab
hGBP-1
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Microarray to determine responsiveness of tumors to antiangiogenic treatment
Figure 1: GBP-1 is associated with a prolonged cancer-related 5-year survival in CRC (Naschberger et al, Int J Cancer 2008) Cancer-related 5-year survival of patients with GBP-1-positive and -nega-tive colonic carcinoma. The cancer-related survival is depicted by a Kaplan-Meier-Curve and 95% confidence intervals.

Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the third most frequently occurring cancer in both sexes. It ranks second in developed countries. Tumor growth beyond the critical two to three millimeter diameter and metastasis require angiogenesis. Therefore, in later tumor stages, antiangiogenic treatment offers a strategy that has been shown in clinic to improve outcomes in patients with advanced or metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC). Today, several antiangiogenic drugs for tumor therapeutic application have been approved, e.g. Bevacizumab (Avastin®), Cetuximab (Erbitux®) or Panitumumab (Vectibix®). Nevertheless, 20% of the patients do not respond and are resistant to antiangiogenic therapy.
This invention provides a method which allows to further improve the efficacy of antiangiogenic therapy in colorectal cancer (CRC). This is achieved by detection and exclusion of patients, which are in a therapy resistant tumor stage.

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Semiconducting Nano-Wires of Tin Phosphide Iodide (SnIP)

Ref-Nr: B75074

Category
Electrical engineering & electronics
University
Technische Universität München
Stage of development
Prototype
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Semiconductor
Double Helix
Photovoltaics
LED
Sensors
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Semiconducting Nano-Wires of Tin Phosphide Iodide (SnIP)
SnIP is the first inorganic substance with a double helix structure

The first inorganic compound with a double helix structure is a semiconductor with interesting mechanical properties.

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Fast Optimization of Network Load

Ref-Nr: B75231

Category
Energy & environment
University
Technische Universität München
Stage of development
Producibility
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power grids
approximation theory
power distribution planning
probabilistic logic
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Fast Optimization of Network Load
CRA (Common Rank Approximation) is characterized by high calculation efficiency  and  high precision

Method for fast optimization of network load.

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Compressed Air Storage for Industrial Applications

Ref-Nr: B76054

Category
Energy & environment
University
Technische Universität München
Stage of development
Producibility
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Compressed Air
energy storage
industry
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Compressed Air Storage for Industrial Applications
© Bildergala - Fotolia

Increase the flexibility of your compressed air system. The presented invention allows to shift the compressor load and to secure your compressed air supply.

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Efficiency increase for ORC power plants

Ref-Nr: B76094

Category
Energy & environment
University
Technische Universität München
Stage of development
Producibility
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ORC
condenser
cooling
compact
cost-efficient
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 Efficiency increase for ORC power plants
Picture: Air condenser for OR (© Chair for Energy Systems, Wieland, 2016)

The investment for the condenser in ORC power plant is high. In order to reduce costs or to increase the overall efficiency an efficient condensation concept is desired or necessary. The invention can be realized with any commercial heat exchanger and is based on an optimized integration of the condenser.

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Determining the presence of an analyte by means of small magnetic particles

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Category
Measurement technology & microsystems
University
Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften Würzburg-Schweinfurt
Stage of development
Producibility
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bioanalysis
diagnostics
process control
point-of-care diagnostics
magnetic particles
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The in the invention described technology allows the parallel detection of several analytes in a liquid test sample with the help of functionalized magnetic particles. In comparison to conventional optical read-out technologies this technology offers a high robustness, low material costs and the possibility of in-vivo measurements while obtaining an equivalent sensitivity.

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