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New Mathematical Theory Could Address Cell Communication Breakdown

Washington, DC (PRWEB) August 08, 2013

It is an experience that has frustrated many: an emergency situation occurs, such as the recent Boston Marathon attacks or the tornadoes in Oklahoma, and people try to use their cell phones to get in touch with loved ones in the affected area, but can’t get through. At a time when the need to get through is paramount.

American University mathematics professor Stephen Casey thinks he has found a way to solve this problem. He calls it “projection method.” It is so promising that Casey already has two provisional patents for it, plus, the method is under review for a full patent.

“Projection method is not a device, but a mathematical theory of a device,” Casey said.

Projection method grew out of Casey’s research project funded by a $ 145,537 grant from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research called “New Techniques in Time Frequency Analysis: Adaptive Band, Ultra Band, and Multi-Rate Signal Processing.”

First awarded to Casey September 2012, the grant supports his research during the next three years.

Casey says projection method would distribute our communications in a hierarchy, pushing through the most simplistic forms of first, followed by increasingly complex forms—text messages would be first, then voice messages, and lastly, video uploads or social media statuses. So, in an emergency situation, the lower level communications would get through.

Casey realized this potential application during the August 2011 earthquake that rocked much of the east coast, including Washington, D.C.

“As we all made texts and calls, I noted that early texts made it through, and then the system collapsed,” Casey said. “I thought, ‘Projection can fix this— to a degree.’”

How It Would Work

Casey says projection method would require a different approach to signal processing, or how cell service carriers handle various communications—phone calls/voice mails, text messages, emails, social media statuses—the original “signals.”

The current, general signal processing architecture for cell phones is “sample and hold”—an analog circuit used in linear systems, or systems in which data is conveyed in a specific sequence (much like a line with a definite beginning point and a definite end point). Digital systems, on the other hand, are based on discontinuous data or events—things that don’t have to be handled in any particular order but come together to form a final, definite product (ex: a sound or an image)—much like a jigsaw puzzle.

But wait? Aren’t cell phones digital? Not exactly. Most cell phones are actually analog to digital devices—they take the analog signal (a person’s voice or the text or images someone wishes to send) and convert it to a digital one so that the digital networks cell phones use can process it. On the receiving end, the digital signal is converted back to an analog one so the person receiving the communication can hear the other person’s voice, read a text, or see sent images.

Those digital networks rely on wireless technologies that are represented by an alphabet soup of acronyms: GSM, CDMA, and LTE. But there is one wireless technology that has great potential in that it is more powerful (capable of sending vast amounts of data) but uses less energy: Ultra Wide Band (UWB).

UWB is not new. The U.S. military and Department of Defense have used it since the1960s—among other uses, UWB applications involving radar can detect objects concealed by walls and other coverings. Even so, it was not until 2002 that the Federal Communications Commission authorized UWB’s commercial use. Since then, for a variety of reasons, the consumer market has been slow to adopt UWB, despite its obvious advantages. Technology to use it broadly and efficiently in cell phone communication has not been developed. Casey’s projection method could help change that.

“I was looking to develop an efficient method to analyze a signal so that we allow for changing and/or ultra-wide frequency bands—something conventional analog-to-digital devices don’t do,” Casey said, who aside from being a mathematics and statistics professor at AU, is a self-trained electrical engineer and sits on the boards of two international signal processing journals. “Projection is a clear advancement in that it is far more energy efficient and far more computationally sound. We look at the signal’s location in both time and frequency simultaneously, and window adaptively.”

Parallel Computing

Casey says looking at a signal’s location in time and frequency all at once would be accomplished through parallel computing, a form of computation in which tasks are addressed at the same time by multiple, but linked, computer processors. High performance computers use parallel computing to analyze “big data” at extremely high speeds. How much data, how fast, depends on the system.

By “window adaptively,” Casey means that once a signal’s time and frequency information are analyzed simultaneously via parallel computing, the signal would be transmitted in a manner “customized” to the signal’s needs and parameters. This is why communications would be distributed in a hierarchy from most simplistic to most complex. Text messages are the most simplistic and would go first because they require the smallest “window” and the least energy to get through.

“The simplicity of a text vs. a Facebook post allows us to process so much more efficiently,” Casey said. “I am in the process of exploring these ideas. There will be no ‘perfect solution,’ as there is no ‘perfect’ way to measure simultaneously in both time and frequency, but this will be a huge step in the right direction.”

Next Steps

How projection method could improve cell phone communication is just one potential application of Casey’s research funded by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.

“In theory, projection method can be used by chip designers and hardware engineers,” Casey said. “But overall, this is a HUGE area of research.”

This summer, Casey will finish a scholarly paper that he coauthored with two engineers. The engineers’ part of the paper will discuss projection method and chip design. The paper is for the Proceedings of the IEEE, the peer-reviewed, monthly scientific journal of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

Breakthrough in Digital Signage and Touch Technology

Digital signage is a real breakthrough in the mode of communication by business owners to advertise their products. Today, most people in business prefer using this particular technology for advertising and increasing their brand value instead of using more traditional means of communication.


Business owners, promoters and advertisers today use several forms of media to promote their brands. But to keep up with the growing needs of the market they are trying to harness technology for advertisement. They are using more and more advanced technology to promote their brands in a better manner. Through this they want to reach their target audience at a larger scale. In the present age of innovation, the concept of digital signage has inspired various business owners to move out from the televised advertisement and use some more unique ways of promoting their products.


In the recent years, digital media has become the choice of most of the business houses and corporate organizations. This modern mode of> technology allows space for proper planning in everything that is done. As the first step, content about a particular brand is created and it is reviewed and revised at regular time intervals. This mode of technology allows the business owners to be able to have a proper blend of advertising and branding.


Touch technology is also an effective tool of advertising. In this technology, a nineteen-inch screen is placed within the hosting store near the payment counter. While the customers are standing in queue for making payments, their eyes would naturally catch the attractive advertisements that are flashed on the screen. This is an effective method of advertisement of new products to a target group of customers. Through this method, the business owner can connect with the viewers in a more proper manner. Hence, many business persons of the present age are adopting this technology in order to reach out to their potential customers in a better manner.

:  Tim Warrington is the managing director of, which is the leader in the Industry of Digital Signage  , catering to the needs of First Responders all across the globe. Releases 2013 Statistics – 10,000 lost laptops, phones and tablets

Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) August 29, 2013

Between June 2012 and June 2013, travelers lost over 10,000 laptops, smartphones, tablets and other personal electronic devices in seven of the largest airports in the world. Airport Lost and Found wants to help travelers recover their lost property.

With its user-generated database, Airport Lost and Found helps travelers reunite with their lost personal technology, potentially saving them the financial and emotional stress of replacing a device or dealing with the loss of personal information and media.

Airport Lost and Found provides attendants, airline employees and security personnel 24/7 access to that database in hopes that a traveler’s lost property can be found and recovered. Because Airport Lost and Found keeps items in its database for nearly a year, travelers can rest easy knowing that their lost property notice isn’t getting buried on Craigslist or message boards.

By utilizing airport staff Airport Lost and Found is able to increase the success rate of recovering a device by reaching the busy people inside some of the most traveled airports in the world. Frequently listed airports are some of the most recognizable in the world, including London-Heathrow, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International, John F. Kennedy International, LAX and O’Hare lost and found.

But there’s another secret: quick action. According to the data protection experts at Credant Technologies, the key to successful recovery of a lost smartphone, computer or tablet is to act immediately.

Airport Lost and Found makes access easy. With both a web and mobile app, the service can help kickstart the reunion between traveler and device whether they’re miles from home or using the Wi-Fi on their flight.

Whether they’re missing an iPhone left at a security checkpoint or a tablet in the seat-back pouch, Airport Lost and Found has been helping travelers recover their belongings for almost a decade. Backed by a 90-day money back guarantee, the site aims to provide a little peace of mind to those who would rather enjoy their travels than panic.

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Economic downturn means DIY market research is here to stay according to latest blog from DigitalMR

(PRWEB UK) 22 February 2012

DIY research enables research buyers to develop and run surveys, collect findings and analyse the results themselves – thus cutting out the middle-man and reducing costs. The biggest player in providing DIY platforms is Survey Monkey which is now valued as a billion dollar company.

DIY research is now a force to be reckoned with and in the current economic climate its use is likely to grow even further as clients continue to take research projects in-house.

DigitalMR founder and MD Michalis Michael comments: “a lot of agencies were very sceptical when DIY research appeared almost 10 years ago, the majority of them just didn’t read which way the market was going. The “FREEMIUM” approach i.e. free survey platform services with paid-for optional extras and necessary functionality seems to work well for all the players in this sector. It has been amazingly successful despite what the sceptics were predicting”.

DigitalMR’s latest blog explores why DIY research has become so popular among buyers, and why in the current economic climate, this looks set to continue. However there are many potential pitfalls of conducting DIY research. These include anything from inviting the wrong people to participate and asking the wrong questions through to misinterpreting the statistical significance of the findings.

The blog also outlines what market research agencies need to do more of to win over clients from DIY providers.

A full version of the blog can be found here

About DigitalMR

DigitalMR understands what people think and feel when they share views online. It is a specialist agency which provides a holistic approach to web based market research. It specialises in utilising social media research, especially active web-listening, and online communities to enhance its business consulting approach. The agency has pioneered new methods in online focus groups alongside tools such as video diaries, bulletin boards and online ethnography. DigitalMR is headed by founder and MD, Michalis Michael and has offices in London UK, Nicosia Cyprus, and Columbus Ohio, in the US.


Why choose Digital signage software

Digital signage software is used to get digital signage, which is electronic exhibit that shows information, advertising and other relevant information. Digital signs are used for displaying information on retail stores or corporate offices on LED, LCD, plasma displays or images projected by projector. Digital signage is also known as dynamic signage, electronic signage or narrowcasting. LCD or LED are used more commonly, as it I usually a one time investment it is cheaper than putting up webinars or online meetings where the crowd that is targeted in lesser than what can be targeted by use of digital signage.


This digital signage software provides message delivery to explicit sites at specific times. They have advantages over static form of advertising, as they can be exchanged more often and easily, also animations can be shown, and the advertisements can be made interactive.


Digital signage is affordable and cost saving; it is known to cut the upfront associated cost. Main benefit of digital signage software is that it is generally located at one common place and is managed by the company providing this service. As the company manages all the systems, it is easier to get upgrades and also to maintain the software.


People who require to display or show vibrant content in a society atmosphere can profit from digital signs. This type of services is used by companies who need to put their products in the markets like auto dealerships, corporate offices, travel hubs, financial institutions and others.


Banks use these systems to educate their employees on a regular basis. They can put up the schemes or the content to be passed across the employees on the LCD or LED in all the banks across the globe. Employees can go through the content during their breaks. This saves a lot of time and money of educating all the employees at various locations.

Other companies like pharmaceuticals or production units can also get news from other units and also the CEO or CSO can address his or her messages across to all the employees.


Digital signage software is easier and time reducing way of passing the information across. There is no much complications involved. Industries or companies can hire digital signage software companies to manage the software. Also this if safe way of communication as the LED or LCD are put up in the offices itself and there is no worry of data or information being leaked anywhere.



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Patent Awarded to The Marlin Company for QR Codes in Workplace Digital Signage

Wallingford, CT (PRWEB) August 30, 2013

Patent Awarded to The Marlin Company for QR Codes in Workplace Digital Signage


The Marlin Company of Wallingford, CT has been granted its third patent (U.S. Patent No. 8,516,527) for displaying QR codes on digital signage. Marlin is the pioneer in digital signage solutions for the workplace. These electronic message boards enable companies to engage, inform and motivate employees with dynamic animated content. Screens are typically located in common areas such as cafeterias and break rooms where employees congregate. Marlin introduced the QR functionality to create an interactive experience between the screens and employees with smart phones and tablets.


Marlin’s content management software enables users to add a QR code to a memo, chart or PowerPoint to be displayed on the screen. The code can be scanned using any smart device with a QR scanner app. When employees scan the QR code they can be directed to additional information or the opportunity to provide feedback. For example, a job posting can be displayed in a memo with a QR Code. By scanning the code, the employee can learn of the job description details. QR Codes can also link to text documents, websites, emails and surveys.


“Effective communication in the workplace is all about engagement,” said Frank Kenna III, President of The Marlin Company. “Digital signage offers a great platform for visual communication which is highly effective at getting employees’ attention. QR codes take the experience to the next level by encouraging employees to interact with the content. Employers benefit by gathering important feedback from employees. In a recent survey that we conducted with our users, 67% said that receiving feedback was extremely important to them. The days of tops down communication are over. It’s our job as managers to create a forum for two-way conversation with our employees.”


About The Marlin Company

The Marlin Company, a workplace communications company, helps managers reach employees wherever they work, using the latest SaaS-based technology solutions, including flat screens and mobile devices. Designed specifically for the workplace, Marlin’s patented digital signage products are known for their ease of use, robust content options and flexibility. For 100 years Marlin has developed and delivered visual communication programs that engage, inform and motivate employees. Learn more about Marlin’s digital signage products and services at


Mipwr to Crowdfund iPhone Case that Allows Users to Charge the iPhone with Their Hands

Arlington Heights, IL (PRWEB) September 16, 2013

A discovery made almost 200 years ago, still lives today as a practical method of manufacturing electricity; electromagnetic induction. The all new Mipwr Dynamo iPhone case has taken this method of creating electricity, and applied it to technology that can power cellular devices when users need it most.

Mipwr Dynamo is a protective iPhone case, backup battery and hybrid charger all in one compact and sleek looking design. The case contains a 400 mA battery, along with a concealed push lever that, when pumped, generates electricity to charge the internal battery. For every one minute of actuating the push lever within the case, users will produce enough power for 30 seconds of talk time or text.

“After witnessing the aftermath of power outages from recent natural disasters, such as Hurricane Sandy and the cruise ship disasters, we thought about taking the existing technology of electromagnetic induction, and making it small enough to fit in the back of a cell phone case,” says Mipwr Dyanmo co-founder Karl Lee. “We thought, ‘how cool would it be to have an alternative energy source, besides a back up battery, that could power a mobile device, so users could send out a message or phone call in an emergency.’”

Once creators Karl Lee and Bob Panos came up with their idea for the new iPhone case, they contracted the help of a prototyping company. After months of sifting through numerous factories in Shenzhen, selecting the materials for molded parts, locating a suitable lithium ion battery, and designing the electronics circuit board, the team was able to come up with a working prototype that functioned just as they had envisioned. Their only problem is coming up with money to cover manufacturing costs of producing Mipwr by the thousands.

Now, Lee and Panos have decided to crowdfund the manufacturing costs of bringing this innovative product to market. Within the next couple of weeks, the team behind Mipwr will launch a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter with the goal of raising $ 78,000 to cover those costs. And, they’re giving iPhone users around the world the opportunity to help bring Mipwr to market. For a pledge of just $ 25, backers will be able to do two things: help Mipwr reach its funding goal and pre-order their very own Mipwr case.

To learn more about Mipwr, or stay up to date with the case’s upcoming crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter, visit Like Mipwr on Facebook and follow Mipwr on Twitter to be one of the first to find out about the campaign launch.

About Mipwr

Mipwr is made up of individuals who have spent their entire careers in product development, and have brought thoughtful ideas to mass production, culminating with sales in big box retailers such as WalMart and Sam’s Clubs all over the U.S. The team strives to make innovative and affordable products that people cannot do without. To learn more about Mipwr, visit

Types of Digital signage software.

Digital Signage is an effective means of mass communication. They are cost effective, can be interactive and a single program can be spread through multiple mediums across domains. The backbone of the drive to digitize information is the Digital Signage Software. These software enable you to create programs suited to the platform that will host these Digital Signage.

Digital Signage Software comes in three broad categories:

Outdoor Signage software:  these soft wares enable one to create large displays used in outdoor billboards, large LCD displays in malls, stadiums, etc. They are usually programs that may or may not have touch screen options. Depending on the size of the display various underlying technologies are used and while buying the software, one must have a clear idea of the scale of the project and find suitable digital signage software.
Indoor Signage software: these soft wares enable one to create programs used in small kiosks, stand alone advertising displays for cafés, travel companies, etc. These are small programs which tend to loop with minimal fuss and graphic content.
Mobile signage software: the latest entrant in the digital signage world is the soft wares that allows you to create digital signage for mobile phones. As use of multimedia phones spread, it the best and easiest source to spread and gather digital information. This family of soft wares allows a creator to customize content in small programs that can be spread through pear to pear sharing in platforms, e.g. Blackberry list, iPhones, etc.

Each of the above family of digital signage software cones with its set of technology so ensure that the hardware is compatible with the underlying software. If the world of digital signage software seems to confusing just follow the general rules:

Start of with one segment of the digital signage segment and use software compatible with the latest display hard wares like plasma LCD, etc.
Research the best licensing deal from companies.
Try out the trial versions to check if they suffice your specific needs and then negotiate for a license deal
Once you have established your self in the relevant segment then expand to others. This allows you to have a body of work to showcase. In addition, allows you to keep costs down.
If investment capital is scare then start out with small project for the mom and pop stores and local malls using free wares amply available online. 

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