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3D Printed Flexible Antennas
Abstract:Method to create three dimensional sub-mm wavelength, and sub-THz frequency antennas on flexible and in-situ cured dielectric material along with directly printed metallic antenna elements over the dielectric. The three dimensional sub-mm wavelength antennas have applications in wearable flexible electronics as well as ultra-high speed chip-to-chip...
Published: 6/27/2022   |   Inventor(s): Rahul Panat, Deuk Heo
Stretch-able Metallic Interconnects
AbstractThis invention comprises a novel architecture for thin or thick-film circuitry on a flexible or soft or stretch-able substrate composed of metallic elastic-plastic highly ductile materials, which enables the circuitry to sustain significant strains without breaking, and yet adhere to the substrate while it is stretched, bent, twisted or otherwise...
Published: 10/27/2021   |   Inventor(s): Indranath Dutta, Rahul Panat
Printed Three-Dimensional (3D) Passive Integrated Circuit (IC) Components
Challenge: Traditional IC manufacturing methods require separately manufactured components, limiting efficiency in manufacture and size.Technology Abstract: Printed 3D IC passive component architectures, nano-powder inks and composite material used to make them, and the associated direct-write manufacturing methods with jetting of nano-powder inks....
Published: 12/8/2022   |   Inventor(s): Rahul Panat, Deuk Heo
A low-cost super-stretchable optical strain sensors
Abstract Researchers at the WSU have produced a low cost alternative of a ubiquitously utilized stain sensor. The Fiber Bragg grating was first introduced in the late 1970’s, sense then the method has been shown to be effective and reliable as a strain sensor. Most conventional optical fiber strain sensors have complicated manufacturing processes...
Published: 10/27/2021   |   Inventor(s): Lei Li, Rahul Panat