|NanoLambda, Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140022544||Spectrum Reconstruction Method for Miniature Spectrometers - Miniature spectrometers produce low resolution spectral data due to their size limitations. A method for processing these spectral data is proposed. The spectral data from a low resolution spectrometer is enhanced to a higher resolution, or processed to be in the wavelength domain. This process is called spectrum reconstruction, and can be used in low cost and miniature spectrometers with limited spectral resolution. The proposed method is noise robust, adapts to input spectrum, and can be used across many types of spectrometric devices without any manual adjustment of parameters.||01-23-2014|
|20130044321||DIGITAL FILTER SPECTRUM SENSOR - A spectrum sensing method includes (a) receiving an incident radiation simultaneously through a filter array composed of multiple bandpass filters, (b) digitizing spectral responses of the filter array, and (c) generating an estimate of spectral profile of the incident radiation based on digitized spectral responses of the filter array.||02-21-2013|
|20120129269||NANO-OPTIC FILTER ARRAY BASED SENSOR - A device such as a filter or reflector includes a conductive layer including a periodic pattern of elements. The elements have shapes and sizes configured such that a transmittance or reflectance spectrum of the conductive layer has a drop at a long-wavelength end. The elements have a period configured such that the spectrum has a dip at a Plasmon mode resonant wavelength. The spectrum further includes a peal- between the dip and the drop.||05-24-2012|
|20110086676||MULTI-PURPOSE PLASMONIC AMBIENT LIGHT SENSOR AND VISUAL RANGE PROXIMITY SENSOR - A visible wavelength range proximity sensor includes a visible light emitter with a peak wavelength in a visible wavelength range, and a plasmonic ambient light sensor, where a proximity sensing mode and an ambient light sensing mode are time multiplexed.||04-14-2011|
Patent applications by NanoLambda, Inc.