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  • Optical Solutions for Homeland and National Security (OSHS) 2005 paper: FA1
  • Duncan, Stephen M; Coomber, Patricia
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  • Optical Solutions for Homeland and National Security (OSHS) 2005 paper: FB1
  • Zimet, Elihu
  • Risk management for Homeland and National Security involves the calculus of funding preventative systems andd procedures based upon potential threat likelihood and consequences. ...

  • Optical Solutions for Homeland and National Security (OSHS) 2005 paper: FB2
  • Dennis, Stephen
  • DHS is pursuing a portfolio of research and development projects known as the Threat Assessment Portfolio, conducting a range of cross-cutting analytic automation research to address...

  • Optical Solutions for Homeland and National Security (OSHS) 2005 paper: FC1
  • Jennings, Mike
  • This paper addresses on ongoing material solutions for a deployable flyaway suite force protection system. This suite is a force multiplier for forces currently performing force...

  • Optical Solutions for Homeland and National Security (OSHS) 2005 paper: FC2
  • von Berg, Dale C Linne
  • Existing and emerging electro-optical, infrared, and hyperspectral sensor technologies show great promise for enabling the development and development of real-time airborne systems...

  • Optical Solutions for Homeland and National Security (OSHS) 2005 paper: FC3
  • Rosker, Mark
  • Despite a century of research, the terahertz (1012 Hz) still remains the most immature and underutilized part of the electromagnetic spectrum. This talk will discuss the emerging...

  • Optical Solutions for Homeland and National Security (OSHS) 2005 paper: KN1
  • McCaul, Michael
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  • Optical Solutions for Homeland and National Security (OSHS) 2005 paper: KN2
  • Verga, Peter
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  • Optical Solutions for Homeland and National Security (OSHS) 2005 paper: KN3
  • Haimes, Yacov Y
  • Systems-based definitions of risk, vulnerability, threat, intent, and capability--that build on the centrality of the state-space theory to the homeland as a system--are introduced...

  • Optical Solutions for Homeland and National Security (OSHS) 2005 paper: P1
  • Le, Han Q; Wang, Yang; Wang, Yi; Manapuram, Ravikiran; Hu, Bian
  • A low-cost design of an optical wireless network of multiple transmitters and receivers based on the CDMA-architecture for perimeter surveillance and access control and is described....

  • Optical Solutions for Homeland and National Security (OSHS) 2005 paper: P10
  • Danino, Meir
  • Passive Missile Warning Systems (MWS) detects the radiation emitted by the hot plume of the missile. Analysis of Mid Infra Red (MIR) band (3-5 micron) vs. the Solar Blind Ultra...

  • Optical Solutions for Homeland and National Security (OSHS) 2005 paper: P11
  • Zehr, Robert T; Holland, Stephen K; Lewin, Greg C; Laufer, Gabriel
  • An inexpensive passive remote sensor of weapon and toxic industrial chemicals is developed for expendable UAVs. Detection and identification are achieved by a "cross-reactive" sensor...

  • Optical Solutions for Homeland and National Security (OSHS) 2005 paper: P12
  • Makoui, Anali; Sharikova, Anna; Killinger, Dennis
  • Monitoring water contamination and trace species is of great importance. Our lab has developed two highly sensitive LIF detection systems currently used to detect traces of bacteria...

  • Optical Solutions for Homeland and National Security (OSHS) 2005 paper: P13
  • Knize, Randall; Zhdanov, Boris; Ehrenreich, Thomas
  • Alkali vapor lasers show the promise of demonstrating diffraction limited high power in the near and mid IR. These lasers could be used for missile defense and for protection from...

  • Optical Solutions for Homeland and National Security (OSHS) 2005 paper: P14
  • Feller, S D; Burchett, J B; Hao, Qi; Fang, Jian-Shuen; Shankar, M; Guenther, B D; Brady, D J
  • A network of common pyroelectric motion sensors that can track and identify human targets has been developed using low-cost, commercially available components. Significantly cheaper...

  • Optical Solutions for Homeland and National Security (OSHS) 2005 paper: P15
  • Mayor, Shane D; Spuler, Scott M
  • The Raman-shifted Eye-safe Aerosol Lidar (REAL) is well-suited for detection and tracking of otherwise invisible aerosol clouds in urban areas.

  • Optical Solutions for Homeland and National Security (OSHS) 2005 paper: P2
  • Soller, Brian J; Froggatt, Mark E; Gifford, Dawn K; Wolfe, Matt S
  • We describe a technique by which the Rayleigh scatter signature of optical fiber can be used as a key to monitor the security of a fiber network.

  • Optical Solutions for Homeland and National Security (OSHS) 2005 paper: P3
  • Geng, Jihong; Zou, Yunlu; Staines, Sean; Blake, Mike; Jiang, Shibin
  • A real-time distributed fiber sensor is described, which is based on Brillouin optical time-domain reflectometry using our propriety fiber laser technology. The sensor offers...

  • Optical Solutions for Homeland and National Security (OSHS) 2005 paper: P4
  • Chow, Jong H; Littler, Ian C; McClelland, David E; Gray, Malcolm B
  • We present long-range interferometric remote fiber sensing, demonstrating unprecedented picostrain sensitivity over a broad acoustic frequency range, by simultaneously overcoming...

  • Optical Solutions for Homeland and National Security (OSHS) 2005 paper: P5
  • Dougherty, Joseph P; Rapach, Charles; Visnansky, Andrew; Jubic, Gregory
  • We will report on terahertz absorbtion and reflective properties of some common textiles. The terahertz properties will be compared with infrared data.
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