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EPIR TECHNOLOGIES INC

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Address
590 TERRITORIAL DR STE C
BOLINGBROOK, IL 60440-3542
United States


http://www.epir.com

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DUNS: 068568588

# of Employees: 24


Ownership Information

HUBZone Owned: No

Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: No

Woman Owned: No



Award Charts




Award Listing

  1. HgTe/CdTe Superlattice FTIR Detectors Optimized for the 300-to-1000 cm-1 Region

    Amount: $99,999.00

    The 300-1000 cm-1 spectral region, commonly referred to as the fingerprint region, is rich in spectral signatures; also, blackbody emission at room temperature peaks in this region. Thus, high-resolu ...

    SBIRPhase I2009Department of Energy
  2. High Efficiency, High Mass Specific Power Two-Terminal Solar Cells

    Amount: $99,997.00

    Future NASA missions will require significant improvements in photovoltaic energy conversion efficiency (>30%) and mass specific power (>600 W/kg), and improved radiation tolerance. We propose to deve ...

    SBIRPhase I2008National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  3. HgCdTe Detectors Under Non-Equilibrium Conditions for High Operating Temperatures

    Amount: $99,998.00

    High sensitivity HgCdTe infrared detector arrays operating at 77K can be tailored for response across the infrared spectrum and are commonly utilized for infrared focal plane arrays (FPAs). However, t ...

    SBIRPhase I2008Department of Defense Missile Defense Agency
  4. Passivation Innovations for Large Format Reduced Pixel pitch strained layer superlattice Focal Plane Array Imagers Operating in the Long Wavelength In

    Amount: $69,999.00

    A novel surface passivation technique is proposed for InAs/GaInSb-based strained layer superlattice focal plane arrays with a pitch of 15 ┬Ám or less. Buffered oxide and sulfur-based surface treatment ...

    SBIRPhase I2008Department of Defense Army
  5. Nanostructures for Dislocation Blocking in Infrare

    Amount: $749,995.00

    Current state of the art LWIR and VLWIR focal plane arrays are typically fabricated with HgCdTe epilayers grown on expensive and limited-size CdZnTe substrates. The transition to silicon-based substra ...

    STTRPhase II2008Department of Defense Army
  6. Ultra-Low-Noise Infrared Detector Amplifier for Next Generation Standoff Detector

    Amount: $99,997.00

    An ultra-low noise integrated circuit for mercury cadmium telluride (HgCdTe) infrared detectors is proposed. Noise reduction techniques such as active noise cancellation are commercially successful an ...

    STTRPhase I2008Department of Defense Army
  7. Super Hardened, EMI and Vibration Immune Chemical Biological Sensor

    Amount: $99,999.00

    To satisfy Joint Services needs for the detection and identification of chemical and biological agents, infrared detectors must discriminate within a narrow spectral band tunable over large portions o ...

    STTRPhase I2008Department of Defense Army
  8. Advanced High Operating Temperature Mid-Wave Infrared Sensors

    Amount: $729,993.00

    The goal of this project is to reduce the cooling requirements of MWIR HgCdTe infrared photon detectors and improve detector performance at present-day cryogenic operating temperatures. During Phase I ...

    SBIRPhase II2008Department of Defense Army
  9. Quantum Calorimeters Based on HgCdTe Alloys

    Amount: $599,955.00

    NASA's next generation of x-ray observation missions require x-ray calorimeters with superior energy resolution. Semimetallic HgTe has already proven itself as an excellent soft x-ray absorber materia ...

    SBIRPhase II2008National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  10. Multiband Infrared (IR) Seeker

    Amount: $99,999.00

    A major issue that inhibits the performance of current long wavelength infrared (LWIR) focal plane arrays (FPAs) in THAAD seekers is the residual non-uniformity (RNU). This non-uniformity (larger that ...

    SBIRPhase I2007Department of Defense Missile Defense Agency
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