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NASA’s Johnson Space Center has developed a technology that enables selective reconfiguration of field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and similar devices between redundant and non-redundant operation, to meet application needs for the right mix of reliability and high capacity.
Researchers at NASA’s Johnson Space Center have patented an improved phase-locked loop (PLL) circuit that broadens the bandwidth, or available frequency range, of the circuit.
Researchers at NASA’s Johnson Space Center have patented a compact circuit design that does not require the use of external components. The design allows for the construction of multi-pole low pass filters for multiple instrument channels on a single complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) chip.
Innovators at NASA’s Johnson Space Center have developed and patented a method and apparatus for a sensor-based miniature data acquisition system that receives, amplifies, and filters signals. The invention allows many instrument channels to be fabricated on a single chip without the need for external capacitors and without devoting excessive chip area to capacitors.
Innovators at NASA’s Johnson Space Center have patented a method for measuring individual string resistance within a multiple string component. It is necessary to evaluate string health in order to monitor the condition of component systems such as batteries, thermistors, and sensors that output resistances.
Researchers at NASA’s Johnson Space Center have patented a network system architecture that includes intelligent universal controllers (IUCs) capable of plug-and-play operation in several systems or subsystems. The innovation can configure and reconfigure system-level, interoperable spare components comprised of one or more electronic controllers such that a single architectural design can perform multiple tasks.