Abstract:Toyon proposes to develop a precision anti-jam (AJ) GPS receiver for fixed-wing and rotorcraft platforms that provides improved protection against broadband and narrowband jammers, as well as repeaters, spoofers, and multipath using a small-aperture antenna. Adaptive algorithms dynamically switch… more
Abstract:Toyon proposes to develop a high-integrity navigation system for SWAP-constrained platforms that provides improved electronic protection against broadband and narrowband jammers, as well as repeaters, spoofers, and multipath using a small-aperture antenna. The navigation performance of the system is… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Bio-signature is a new area of research that may be used for tracking and identification (ID) of dismounts through remote sensing. Typical''cooperative''bio-signatures (e.g. fingerprints, retinal scans) require that an individual agreeably come in contact with a sensor… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Toyon Research Corporation"s 8"Phase I controlled reception pattern array (CRPA) is matched across the entire upper and lower frequency bands of the global navigation satellite systems (GNSS). The array consists of one centrally located element and six tilted surrounding… more
Abstract:Toyon proposes to develop adversarial target prediction algorithms and a mission execution framework that supports collaborative teaming of airborne and ground-based Unmanned Systems (UMS) to enable tracking and surveillance of evasive targets. The proposed AVERT system will include automatic video… more
Abstract:Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) have become a key component in the Army's intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) infrastructure. Small, hand-launchable UAVs in particular are a key component as they allow individual units to gather critical information from safe operational… more
Abstract:Many Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) systems involve combining track data from multiple sources, leading to an improved track picture. A multitude of track fusion algorithms exist, some of which require significant computational resources and have difficulty running in real-time… more
Abstract:In Phase II, Toyon Research Corp. proposes to perform research and development of an EO-IR Multi-Sensor Fusion Tracker prototype which can be used to aid in exploitation of airborne co-boresighted multi-sensor EO-IR video. Proposed work includes development of algorithms and real-time software… more
Abstract:The Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) program has need of a programmable and extensible wireless channel impairment emulator accommodating networks of 8 to 100 radio nodes operating in a frequency range of 2 MHz to 2 GHz. The emulator should be high fidelity, broadband, have good delay and… more
Abstract:In Phase II, we propose to develop an image processing toolkit (iPTK) which can be integrated into the MDA staring and scanning optical surveillance suites to provide significantly-improved capabilities for finding, fixing, and tracking multiple ballistic and flying low observable objects in highly… more
Abstract:For more than a decade there has been interest in behavioral language entry and translation to hardware description languages (HDL) for field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). This has culminated in a wide array of electronic design automated (EDA) tools that can translate high level languages, such… more
Abstract:Current approaches for protecting military facilities and personnel from biological threats principally involve installations of particulate filtration for fixed facilities or individual protection equipment (IPE). This project intends to develop a system that is rapidly deployable, but provides a… more
Abstract:Production of highly charged ions, in particular isotope ion beams, is a major effort worldwide, and in particular, in the Department of Energy, Office of Nuclear Physics Department. Rare isotope ion beams, with extreme proton-to-neutron ratios, provides insight into the synthesis of new elements… more
Abstract:Fast cycling synchrotrons and fixed-field alternate gradient accelerators offer an attractive solution for systems that require rapid acceleration of charged particles over a wide range of energies. The ability to rapidly tune the frequency of the accelerating cavity in devices represents a… more
Abstract:Development of an economically and environmentally attractive fusion energy source is the goal of the Fusion Energy Sciences program. Numerical simulations of fusion plasmas are an important component of this program used in the design, operation and performance assessment of existing and proposed… more
Abstract:The production of high-quality, high-charge-state ion beams is an area of intensive research and development worldwide for particle accelerators, atomic physics experiments, and industrial applications. In nuclear physics research, using rare isotope ion beams with extreme proton-to- neutron ratios… more
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