Abstract:Next generation DoD electronic warfare (EW) and commercial communication systems are currently faced with the challenge of delivering a receiver capable of multi-band reception. The receiver must meet various wireless standards and cover an expanse of frequencies and bandwidths. Traditionally the… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: As the size, cost, and power consumption of digital signal processing platforms continue to drop and their performance improves, incorporating digital beamformer (DBF) designs into future SATCOM satellite payloads has become an increasingly attractive approach. The advantages offered by… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: MaXentric and the University of California propose using AlGaN/GaN HEMT devices, quasi-optical combining with meta-materials, and linearization techniques. MaXentrics millimeter wave electronics focus on a new and promising architecture called meta-material in a tiled or tray active array… more
Abstract:The Ka-/Q-band satellite systems offer potential for transportable and mobile communications through the effective use of the wide bandwidths available while requiring that adequate linearity performance be maintained. In environments where size and power conservation is of high importance, power… more
Abstract:Secure data storage in tactical wireless mesh networks is mainly addressed by encryption of sensitive data using shared key concepts combined with encrypted wireless links. The nature of the applications (e.g. a situational awareness application among 10-100 nodes) leads to each mesh node sharing… more
Abstract:Maxion Technologies proposes to develop a robust, high power, monolithic widely tunable Quantum Cascade Laser (QC) laser. We plan to implement a multi-section QC laser to create a monolithically tunable device, similar to those demonstrated in the near IR for telecommunications. This laser will be… more
Abstract:MaxPower has designed and built a prototype primary battery for use in the Rifleman Radio. At the end of the Phase II program, MaxPower delivered six prototype batteries to the U.S. Army for testing. Testing demonstrated that this battery system is able to provide over 15 hours operation at 6.6W… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT Rapid, high-throughput, and highly accurate identification of potential blood borne diseases will help blood banks to quickly test a very large volume of donated blood, and will help to prevent further infections. Current blood testing has the following issues: 1. Time consuming testing… more
Abstract:Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli, Shigella, Campylobacter, and Norovirus are significant causes of diarrhea and represent significant targets of military, industry, academic, and non-governmental vaccine programs. Thus, an efficient, cost-effective, serum-based multiplex assay platform that will… more
Abstract:In this proposal, we present Motion Imagery Exploitation with Compressive Sensing (MIECS), a system for improving the flow and exploitation of data gathered from wide-area surveillance. The proposed system exploits techniques from the recently developed field of compressive sensing compressive… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Mayflower Communication Company, Inc. (Mayflower) proposes a novel multifaceted solution, TASMAN, to meet the Air Force objective, namely, to develop a concept for secure, dynamic, and efficient multicast services (voice, video, and data) over heterogeneous black airborne networks. In… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: The objective of this SBIR program is to develop a highly integrated Military GPS User Equipment that can provide accurate and robust position, navigation and timing (PNT) capability to size, weight, power, and cost (SWaP-C) sensitive military users operating in the emerging navigation… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Mayflower proposes autonomous cognitive technology for next generation MANET for aircraft, namely the Autonomous Cognitive Topology Management for highly mobile Airborne Networks (ACTMAN) to meet the objectives stated in the solicitation. ACTMAN represents a comprehensive technology that… more
Abstract:Small Navy platforms will require technology to meet the operational availability and accuracy requirements for upcoming systems. Beamforming/null steering algorithms have been developed for antenna installations on ships and fixed wing aircraft where navigational accuracy is achieved at the expense… more
Abstract:This proposal addresses the Navy SBIR program objective to develop and demonstrate a high-integrity Global Navigation System (GNS) solution that is not vulnerable to jamming, spoofing or electromagnetic interference (EMI) and that is capable of meeting the stringent size, weight and power (SWaP)… more
Abstract:Mayflower proposes to develop an innovative suite of algorithms and signal processing enhancements for use on SAASM P(Y)-code GPS receiver so as to meet the near-Category I approach and landing requirements of accuracy, integrity, continuity, and availability (high assurance) for precision approach… more
Abstract:The overall objective of this Navy SBIR program is to develop a high-integrity survivable Guidance, Navigation and Control (GN & C) electronics package that will meet the stringent navigation system performance requirements of the EM railgun INP program, fit within a small size, weight and power… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Mayflower proposes an autoconfiguring router technology, namely the Mission-Oriented Router with Protocol Heterogeneity for Dynamic Airborne Network (MORPH). MORPH is a comprehensive autoconfiguration technology that allows the airborne network to automatically set itself up to facilitate… more
Abstract:The Mayflower Waveform Agile Radio Paradigm (WARP) technology addresses frequency opportunism in a tactical MANET by developing and demonstrating a cross-layer frequency spectrum fragmentation and recovery solution for networking waveforms with distributed network control in response to spectrum… more
Abstract:This SBIR Phase II.5 proposal further develops, enhances, characterizes and demonstrates the Software-Defined MGUE receiver technology, showcased in a Navy SBIR Phase II program to address the resource constraints in terms of Size, Weight, and Power Cost (SWsP-C) of NAVWAR modernized GPS users,… more
Abstract:Fielded unattended ground sensors (UGS) are deployed in dangerous areas, where devices are found and stolen by adversaries. Some adversaries have a high level of technical sophistication, which is used to attempt reverse engineering the device found and to attempt to compromise the remaining… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: McQ has over two decades of experience in the research, design, development, deployment, and support of advanced remote sensing systems. McQ has a DOD Phase II SBIR Commercialization Rating of 100; the highest possible rating. McQ will bring many technologies to the proposed research… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: The primary objective of this proposal is to demonstrate the feasibility of producing a sub-millisecond internal LAN time synchronization (SILTS) capability which does not require the use of external time references. It is also highly desired that the SILTS not require custom components… more
Abstract:Mobile devices are prevalent for numerous military and commercial applications, and require secure peer-to-peer file sharing without a centralized authority. With risk of device compromise, complete system files cannot be stored on a device, since an adversary can attack the data-at-rest, and… more
Abstract:Equipment on board US Naval ships must survive severe shock events and thus must be subjected to extensive shock testing. While this testing ensures that a piece of equipment is shock resistant and will not pose a danger to other shipboard equipment, it is expensive and requires a one-use… more
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