Michael Hofbauer

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The Ca(2+)-selective TRPV6 as well as the L-type Ca(2+) channel are regulated by the Ca(2+)-binding protein calmodulin (CaM). Here, we investigated the interaction of CaM with rat (r)TRPV6 in response to alterations of intracellular Ca(2+), employing Ca(2+)-imaging and patch-clamp techniques. Additionally, confocal Förster resonance energy transfer (FRET)(More)
A systematic investigation of the combination of a reference path and a reference pixel as correction method for a systematic error induced by the light source of a time-of-flight (TOF) distance measurement sensor is presented. A change of the bandwidth of the light source, e.g. caused by drifting temperature of the used LEDs results in a bandwidth(More)
Keywords: Asynchronous digital design Radiation fault-tolerance Single-event transients Single-event upsets LFSR counters Elastic pipelines Muller C-elements TCAD models Spice models SET injection experiments Ion beam radiation a b s t r a c t We present the architecture and a detailed pre-fabrication analysis of a digital measurement ASIC facilitating(More)
Fast digital timing simulations based on continuous-time, digital-value circuit models are an attractive and heavily used alternative to analog simulations. Models based on analytic delay formulas are particularly interesting here, as they also facilitate formal verification and delay bound synthesis of complex circuits. Recently, Függer et al.(More)
A frequency-shifted feedback (FSF) laser in combination with an interferometer is a very accurate range sensing tool. In this paper, an FSF fiber laser with an output spectrum in the 777.5 nm range is presented. The cavity of the laser works in the 1555 nm range, enabling the use of cheap standard telecom products. Since a wavelength of 1555 nm is not(More)
A novel processing approach for the output data of a correlating time-of-flight range sensor based on a least squares method is presented. Until now, the fast Fourier transform and a trigonometric approach have been widely used to derive the distance information from the output signal of the sensor. Compared to these methods, the presented approach does not(More)