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Network-Based Robot Control via Virtual Attractors and Agent-based Software. Task Leader: Vincenzo Liberatore & Wyatt Newman Task Number: Glenn Research Center April 11 - 12, 2002. Network-Based Robot Control. Technical Accomplishments Against Milestones. Network-Based Robot Control.

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Network-Based Robot Control via Virtual Attractors and Agent-based Software

Task Leader: Vincenzo Liberatore & Wyatt Newman

Task Number:

Glenn Research Center

April 11 - 12, 2002

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


Network-Based Robot Control

Technical Accomplishments Against Milestones

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


Network-Based Robot Control

Technical Accomplishments Against Milestones

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


Network-Based Robot Control

Schedule - Milestone Status

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


Network-Based Robot Control

Remaining FY02 Funds yet to be Obligated

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


Network-Based Robot Control

Risks

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


Biosensor Networks

Task Leader: Frank Merat, Wen Ko, and Darrin Young

Task Number:

Glenn Research Center

April 11 - 12, 2002

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


Biosensor Networks

Technical Accomplishments Against Milestones

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Biosensor Networks

Technical Accomplishments Against Milestones

41 x 41 x 1.5 mm

41 x 4 x 1.5 mm

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Biosensor Networks

Technical Accomplishments Against Milestones

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


Biosensor Networks

Schedule - Milestone Status

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


Biosensor Networks

Remaining FY02 Funds yet to be Obligated

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


Biosensor Networks

Risks

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


Data Compression for Mobile Environments

Task Leader: Cenk Sahinalp, Tekin Ozsoyoglu & Meral Ozsoyoglu

Task Number:

Glenn Research Center

April 11 - 12, 2002

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


Data Compression for Mobile Environments

Technical Accomplishments Against Milestones

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


Data Compression for Mobile Environments

Schedule - Milestone Status

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


Data Compression for Mobile Environments

Remaining FY02 Funds yet to be Obligated

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


Data Compression for Mobile Environments

Risks

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


MEMS for Power-Efficient WirelessCommunications

Task Leader: Darrin J. Young

Task Number:

Glenn Research Center

April 11 - 12, 2002

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MEMS for Power-Efficient Wireless

Diameter (a)

Diaphragm Thickness (h)

Gap (g)

Top Electrode

Silicon

Tuning Voltage

Isolation layer

Substrate

Bottom Electrode

Technical Accomplishments Against Milestones

MEMS Tunable Capacitor

MEMS Tunable Capacitor Finite-Element Model

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MEMS for Power-Efficient Wireless

Technical Accomplishments Against Milestones

CV Simulation vs. Measurement

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MEMS for Power-Efficient Wireless

Technical Accomplishments Against Milestones

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MEMS for Power-Efficient Wireless

Technical Accomplishments Against Milestones

MEMS Capacitor Under 0V

MEMS Capacitor Under 10V

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Network-Based Robot Control

Schedule - Milestone Status

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


Network-Based Robot Control

Schedule - Milestone Status

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


Network-Based Robot Control

Remaining FY02 Funds yet to be Obligated

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


Network-Based Robot Control

Risks

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


Active MEMS for Wireless and Optical Space Communications

Task Leader: Frank L.Merat and Stephen M. Phillips

Task Number:

Glenn Research Center

April 11 - 12, 2002

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Active MEMS for Wireless and Optical Space Communications

focusing

focusing

anchor

electrode

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Technical Accomplishments Against Milestones

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Active MEMS for Wireless and Optical Space Communications

Date

Milestone Description

Schedule Status

Description of Schedule Deviation and Plan

1

3/2002

Development of an etching step based on available tools to solve the electrical connection problem. (from the mirror structure to its bottom electrode)

Done

2

4/2002

Investigation of using Doped polysilicon as the material for

the Multi-Poly mirror

In-progress

3

Schedule - Milestone Status

Doped Polysilicon has a different internal stress distribution through the thickness of the layer. So this study is important.

4/2002

Ten test wafers have successfully been etched with the new process. They are ready for deposition using both doped and undoped multi-poly layers. Electrical test will follow.

In-progress

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Active MEMS for Wireless and Optical Space Communications

Remaining FY02 Funds yet to be Obligated

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


Active MEMS for Wireless and Optical Space Communications

Risks

020411_CICT-SC_Qtr_Rvw.ppt


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