Dr. Urbain A von der Embse, "Dr. von" holds a PhD in Communications from USC, Post-doctoral in magnetogasdynamics at Case Western, ScD at MIT in II with thesis in mathematics, BME and MSc at Ohio State University, valedictorian in engineering. In 1998 he retired with 39 years of dedicated experience at Hughes Space and Communications Company in advanced technology development. He is a pioneer and inventor of extreme importance to modern communications and radar systems. Dr. von's related experience includes among the 18 patents at Hughes a satellite based global navigation system US-5969674 to complement Global Positioning System (GPS), Galileo Space Probe, Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), a ground based satellite beam forming system US- 5903549 currently being implemented by the government, several digital beam forming patents including a Butler microwave matrix demo, and after Hughes 12 patents addressing Quadrature Layered Modulation (QLM) issues. Revolutionary systems he has invented include: the architecture, systems analysis, signal processing algorithms and software for a phase-coherent programmable digital modem for a Doppler and fade stressed link implemented on the Galileo Probe Receiver and Pioneer Jupiter missions; the signal processing anti-jamming algorithm to provide improved waveform immunity to jamming and scintillation for military satellite communications (MILSTAR); Frequency-Hopped (FH) demodulator providing anti-jam capability on military global satellite systems; communications systems simulation and analysis and demodulator algorithms for the B-1 Airborne Terminal; concept and performance simulation for an Extended Kalman Filter (EKF) aided satellite-based navigation and midcourse plus terminal guidance system for the Ground Based Interceptor (GBI), enabling discrimination between decoy and warhead; concept, architecture, algorithms, and developed the design and performance software for the V-Band Continuous Wave (CW) radar sensor for GBI and it's EHF communication link for navigation and tracking; digital beam forming concept and techniques; ADC and DAC techniques for digital beam forming; Magnified Phased Array antenna design; global satellite network communications architectures for jamming and nuclear survivability; microwave Butler Matrix antenna array design; low-altitude multiple beam global satellite systems and various related systems patents.
Shortly before his retirement in 1998, Dr. von was working on pioneering developments in Advanced RADAR and Communications systems with Dr. Louis Auslander (Professor of Mathematics, City Univ. of NY (CUNY), Pelham Manor, NY, now deceased) who was a close associate of Dr. Albert Einstein and was a pioneer of advanced modern mathematics and with Dr. Paolo Barbano (Professor of Mathematics, Yale University, NY, NY), who had invented a revolutionary codeword generator for CDMA, employing mixing-ergodic transformation, which was patented as a joint venture between CUNY and Hughes Electronics Corp, under Dr. von's guidance and direction. (ref. - L.Auslander, P. E. Barbano, U. Von der Embse, R. Matic, X-G Xia, "New CDMA Code generator Employing Mixing Ergodic Transformations", Patented by Hughes Electronics Corp., US Pat. #5726658,3/1998) After his retirement, drawing upon that foundation Dr. von continued his Patent developments, filings and awards, under his own name. Using a new set of fast and computationally efficient Wavelet based algorithms for multiple data rate orthogonal channelization encoding and decoding invented by Dr. Barbano, Dr. von has Patented the algorithms which provide Multi-Resolution CDMA (MR-CDMA) using new complex Walsh and hybrid complex Walsh orthogonal codes in place of the current real Walsh orthogonal codes. In addition MR-CDMA utilizes new mixing-shuffled orthogonal codes which were also invented by Dr. Barbano. Together with the new multi-resolution waveforms, these codes improve system performance, design flexibility, applicability, and reduce the costs of implementation. These waveforms are a generalization of Wavelets to the Fourier domain and offer greatly improved performance of data rate and bandwidth while being robust and secure. Dr. Barbano has also developed new mixing-ergodic designer codes for CDMA and spread spectrum. Since receiving his PhD from CUNY he has been working on the development of new CDMA families of codes for communications and radar system applications. He has developed new generators for these families of CDMA codes, developed numerical simulations for radar ocean-clutter detection, and has published his work on mixing ergodic transformations, Lie groups, and Bernoulli transformations for CDMA codes. Dr. von has received 12 (1 - pending) Patent Awards applying this new family of codes which are now for sale and Dr von is considering all serious offers. These Patents coupled with Dr. von's Intellectual Property, Data Rights, Software Codes, Simulations, etc. and Dr. von's availability to consult with the buyer are for now for sale to the highest bidder (bids starting at $200M USD).
Advanced Technologies being offered by Dr. von for communications systems using Quadrature layered modulation (QLM) with benefits to radar include:
1) New data modulation algorithms increase by 2-3x both data rate and bandwidth efficiency for all communications links, with the potential for significant increases using future technology.
2) New secure nonlinear spread spectrum coding algorithms using new analytical techniques based on mixing-ergodic mathematics provide "almost ideal" performance compared to existing Galois field based algebraic methods.
3) New orthogonal hybrid-Walsh and shuffled-mixing CDMA channelization codes and mappings provide multi-resolution, unbreakable structure, increased data rate due to lower correlation sidelobes and self-interference levels, than available with 3G, 4G, et al. technologies.
4) New Wavelet algorithms provide "almost ideal" waveforms with increased bandwidth efficiency and lower sidelobes.
5) New wideband /ultra wideband acquisition and synchronization algorithms provide "almost ideal" performance.
These new advanced technologies are revolutionary since they provide a step increase in performance. These are new applications of Wavelet mathematics to design novel computationally efficient "almost ideal" algorithms for communication and radar systems.
Benefits are these technologies provide next generation (XG) robust, secure wideband data links capable of fulfilling future requirements for extremely responsive BM/C3 net-centric systems. For example, implementation of these technologies will meet UAV/UCAV/UCAV-N/UCAR, MPEG-2 and burst requirements. In addition, these technologies will greatly improve the capacity of GPS, MILSATCOMs such as UHF, DSCS and EHF, Spaceway, Wi-Fi at 2.4 GHz, 802.11 at 5 GHz LAN, UWB at 3.1-10.5 GHz PAN, 3G WAN, CEC, and other tactical battlefield communications systems. For each application these technologies will at least double the maximum data rate, improve communications performance, provide greater waveform and data security, and offer greater flexibility to support a wide menu of users, data rates, link mobility and stress, waveform jamming and SIGINT and ELINT threats, varying Quality Of Service (QOS) requirements, and differing protocols. Useful data rate benchmarks are: a 20 MHz bandwidth can support at least 200 Mbps, a 6 GHz UWB bandwidth can support at least 1 Gbps. Another useful benchmark is: GPS can support wideband /ultra-wideband navigation codes with our multi-resolution CDMA and wideband/ultra-wideband acquisition and synchronization. Quadrature layered modulation (QLM) offers a candidate resolution to the GPS interference issue, without losing any communications capacity.
Transition plan starts with the proof-of-concept development and testing FPGA(s) and the establishment of a database for design, implementation, and performance directed towards selected application candidates. This first phase will support the scaling in data rate, data rate menus, bandwidth, QOS, protocols to each of the application candidates with data measurements to support projected jamming, SIGINT, and ELINT performance. The second phase will focus on ASIC(s) development for the specific set of applications and will include the support of insertion into the applications. Simulated performance data indicates:
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04APR2013: Dr. von files for an new Patent:
Invention: Communications faster than Shannon rate:
Faster than Nyquist Rate (FTN)
Quadrature Layered Modulation (QLM) Communication
This invention discloses a method for communications faster than the Nyquist rate (FTN) and faster than the Shannon rate which method is Quadrature Layered Modulation (QLM). QLM properties include scaling the data symbol pulses to maintain the same error rate performance for all rates. QLM alternatively considers the increase in the data symbol rate to be a layering of additional communications over the same link. The Shannon bound is a limit on the capacity of a communication link when transmitting data symbols at the Nyquist rate. QLM observes one can communicate at FTN to transmit more information than the Shannon rate since the Nyquist rate captures the information in a frequency band and does not constraint the information. These properties describe QLM and a separate math proof-of-concept is disclosed. Implementation and performance data demonstrate QLM can support communications data rates which are at least double the Shannon rate.
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