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  • Journals | TechLink
    licensing of DoD technology to the private sector Read more about 2009 IJTTC article US Department of Defense technology transfer the partnership intermediary model 2009 International Economic Development Council Journal IEDC article about TechLink This article focuses on a partnership intermediary organization TechLink which fosters technology led economic development by helping companies Read more about 2009 International Economic Development Council Journal IEDC article about TechLink 2012 LES article Economic Impacts

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  • Reports | TechLink
    2014 4 4B in Sales 23 600 Jobs 2013 Report Economic Impact of DoD Invention Licensing A study examining the nationwide economic impact of Department of Defense DoD technology license agreements with US industry is available Read more about 2013 Report Economic Impact of DoD Invention Licensing 2012 Report Nat l Economic Impact from TechLink Activities 2000 11 2 9B in Sales 17 800 Jobs The results of a study

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  • Other Publications & Articles | TechLink
    had helped Read more about MSU s TechLink Played Key Role in Experimental Ebola Drug MSU s TechLink Plays Important Role in Combating Ebola Outbreak A Montana State University center specializing in transferring U S Read more about MSU s TechLink Plays Important Role in Combating Ebola Outbreak TechLink Assists Navy Base with Historic Patent Agreement A patent licensing agreement ceremony in Norco Calif on April 16 2014 made history for the Naval Surface Warfare Center Corona Division when Read more about TechLink Assists Navy Base with Historic Patent Agreement Army Medical CRADA Novel Fingertip Ultrasound Probe Comparative assessments of linear array ultrasound probe technology for vascular access and breast biopsies are the focus of collaborative research Read more about Army Medical CRADA Novel Fingertip Ultrasound Probe CNN Christian Science Monitor note MSU s part in fostering new business Montana and Bozeman are receiving national media attention for fostering new businesses and Montana State University is credited for playing a role in that The cover article by Todd Wilkinson included references to the contributions of MSU professor Trevor Douglas MSU and TechLink Read more about CNN Christian Science Monitor note MSU s part in fostering new business Detecting Dangerous Viruses TechLink helped BVS Inc of Missoula Montana to establish a licensing agreement and CRADA with the Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center EC Read more about Detecting Dangerous Viruses Better Environmental Risk Assessment With TechLink assistance the US Army licensed a novel test kit for evaluating risks in aquatic environments Read more about Better Environmental Risk Assessment Low Cost Water Quality Monitor TechLink assisted the Naval Research Laboratory NRL in establishing a licensing agreement and CRADA with goodXense Inc of San Ramon Californi Read more about Low Cost Water Quality Monitor Human liver cell line TechLink helped the Army to establish

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  • Technology Summaries | TechLink
    network Read more about Distributed Sensor Signaling Efficient Hexagonally Sampled Image Processing The US Air Force seeks a partner to license and commercialize the array set addressing ASA method for hexagonally arranged data sampling elements Read more about Efficient Hexagonally Sampled Image Processing Optimized Route Finding for Air and Ground Vehicles The US Army seeks industry partners to license and commercialize an advanced route finding technology for air and ground vehicles The Automated Impacts Routing AIR software provides users the ability to find optimized paths through airspace or ground space taking into consideration multiple and dynamic adverse conditions that can determine mission success or failure Read more about Optimized Route Finding for Air and Ground Vehicles Linear Rope Brake System for Aerial Delivery The Army Natick Soldier Research Development Engineering Center NSRDEC has developed an aerial delivery device to provide control over dissemination of supplies through a novel linear braking system Sometimes supplies need to be lowered from a helicopter to the ground such as when the military resupplies ground troops or aid organizations lower medicine food to civilian disaster areas Read more about Linear Rope Brake System for Aerial Delivery Portable CO2 Mosquito Attractant Surveillance System The Walter Reed Army Institute of Research has developed a portable system to attract mosquitoes and other biting insects for pest and disease surveillance of an area Military and public health personnel are stationed around the world which increases the possibility of acquiring a vector borne disease Read more about Portable CO2 Mosquito Attractant Surveillance System Composite C Channel An Incrementally Adjustable Fluid Control System The ability to selectively adjust levels and flow rates in fluid control systems is a fundamental aspect of dredged material and fluid management and necessary to numerous farm and industrial processes Historically fluid management structures such as gates

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  • Fiber Optic Power Meter Linearity Calibration Standard | TechLink
    complicated require an external computer suffer accuracy degradation from insertion loss are single mode or don t work well with handheld OLTS power meters The Navy s device utilizes the triplet superposition method for linearity calibration yielding very low uncertainty 0 01 dB which allows for a 4 1 or better TAR test accuracy ratio even at stringent military specification levels and with handheld devices While highly accurate the standard device is exceptionally easy to use Simply attach the input output cables which rest in a recessed area of the device for storage to the laser LED source No external computers or software is required The LCS8513 provides an intrinsic measurement capability based on the superposition method described in the IEC 61315 standard Calibration of Fibre Optic Power Meters Because it embodies the triplet superposition method and the method is the standard the LCS8513 never needs calibration or requires time to be spent bringing it back into specification The device can work with a variety of optical detector variants Si Ge InGaAS and can be built to operate at various wavelengths For example the Navy deployed model of the LCS8513 can calibrate single and multi mode handheld devices at 850 nm 1300 nm and 1550 nm wavelengths Related Links ARTICLE Patent Pending Power at the Speed of Light navy mil Benefits Highly Accurate Fusion spliced connections and the triplet superposition method minimize insertion loss and generate uncertainty measurements of less than 0 01 dB and allow for 4 1 TAR on power meters with linearity requirements as low as 0 05 dB Simple One input cable and one output cable integrated into the standard unit Inexpensive The LCS8513 is a high performance device yet costs less than lower performing alternative devices Broad Multi Mode Capabilities Current design can test handheld

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  • Targeted, Pressure-Variable Multi-fuel Injector | TechLink
    injects fuel into targeted areas of the cylinder to ensure optimal ignition and performance efficiencies The key element is a porous injection plate that directs jets of fuel to various segments of the engine cylinder Combined with the ability to modify fuel injection pressure from a few hundred pounds per square inch PSI to more than 15 000 PSI the targeted hybrid injection plates could enable engines to optimally utilize a variety of fuel sources such as gasoline diesel or jet fuel The original inspiration was to improve two cycle engines where stratified fuel injectors are necessary in order to start the engine The Navy s work overcomes the challenges of spark plug shorts caused by the plug being sprayed with fuel without the need for the additional design and implementation complexities required by deflector pins The combination of optimal fuel droplet sizes created by varying pressures combined with precise targeting of fuel within the cylinder leads to higher fuel efficiency and longer engine life through the reduction of fouling buildup within the engine Benefits Efficient Designed to maximize fuel efficiency and engine performance Flexible Couples with leading edge variable injection technology to enable and optimize multi fuel use options

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  • Technology Summaries | TechLink
    Fiber Laser Accelerometer Vector Pressure Sensors The US Navy seeks a partner to license and commercialize a patented high sensitivity small fiber laser accelerometer vector sensor featuring an innovative lever arm beam design Read more about Innovative Beam Design for Fiber Laser Accelerometer Vector Pressure Sensors Crowfoot Torque Wrench Adapter for Tight Spaces The US Navy seeks a partner to license and commercialize a patent pending technology to properly torque small connections in tight spaces Read more about Crowfoot Torque Wrench Adapter for Tight Spaces Aromatic Polyimide Nanoclay Composites for High Temperature Applications The US Air Force seeks a partner to license and commercialize patented technologies to create aromatic imide monomers hyperbranched polymers and nanoclay composites for high temperature applications Read more about Aromatic Polyimide Nanoclay Composites for High Temperature Applications Hyperbranched Poly ether ketone Easy to Functionalize Carbon based Nanocomposites The US Air Force seeks a partner to license and commercialize patented technologies that allow facile routes to impart a myriad of useful properties to carbon nanomaterials Read more about Hyperbranched Poly ether ketone Easy to Functionalize Carbon based Nanocomposites Quick Release Connector for High Performance Human Cargo Restraint Systems The US Navy seeks a partner to license and commercialize a robust release mechanism Read more about Quick Release Connector for High Performance Human Cargo Restraint Systems Rugged Quick Disconnect Trailer Mount The US Army seeks a partner to license and commercialize a patented trailer ball mount technology that is simple versatile and capable of low maintenance operation in dusty and other challenging environments Read more about Rugged Quick Disconnect Trailer Mount Network Centric Diagnostics Framework for Maintenance and Repair The US Navy seeks a partner to license and commercialize an innovative net centric diagnostics framework software that supports troubleshooting maintenance and repair of avionics and other systems Read

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  • Super Directional Array Gratings for Acoustic Sensors | TechLink
    developed a patent pending acoustic sensor with enhanced gain based on Bragg shifting trace wavelengths a into shorter wavelength replicas b The Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport NUWCDIVNPT has modeled and is building a prototype for a patent pending technology to improve the directivity of acoustic sensor arrays The Navy has overcome a fundamental limit to every sonar system the length of the acoustic aperture by creating a means to generating shorter wavelength replicas of the original signal The result is an increase in the ratio of measured wavelengths to the length of the fixed array aperture The shorter replicas of the original signal can be sampled at a finer scale to significantly improve directivity gains by 10dB or more especially at lower frequencies The Navy s technology is applicable to any linear planar or conformal acoustic array configuration The Navy technique precisely Bragg shifts the signals in wavenumber to create smaller repeating replicas of the original trace wavelength The result is enhanced directional gain Benefits Highly Sensitive Signal gains of 10 dB or more possible depending on source wavelengths Versatile Applicable to 1 D 2 D and 3 D sensor applications using linear planar or conformal acoustic arrays

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