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Radiabeam Technologies, LLC

Company Information
Address
1717 Stewart St
Santa Monica, CA 90404-4021
United States


http://www.radiabeam.com

Information

UEI: Q6NDLV47NBT5

# of Employees: 45


Ownership Information

HUBZone Owned: No

Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: No

Woman Owned: No



Award Charts




Award Listing

  1. Highly Efficient RING-Cavity Laser Wire Scanner for Intense CW Electron Beams

    Amount: $149,989.00

    High-current, high-power particle beam collider facilities require non-intrusive means for measuring the quality of their beams—especially the transverse emittance. Previously invented means—inclu ...

    SBIRPhase I2017Department of Energy
  2. Robust Wire Scanner for High Intensity Beam Profile Diagnostics

    Amount: $999,845.00

    In this project, RadiaBeam Technologies will apply the latest advances in nanotechnology to substantially improve the dynamic range of the diagnostics in particle accelerator facilities. The interdisc ...

    SBIRPhase II2017Department of Energy
  3. Ultracold Electron Bunch Generation via Plasma Photocathode Emission and Acceleration in a Beam-Driven Dielectric Waveguide

    Amount: $149,983.00

    Ultrafast electron microscopy using relativistic electron beams requires beams of exquisite quality for maximum contrast at submicron scales. State-of-the-art microscopy systems are based on radiofreq ...

    SBIRPhase I2017Department of Energy
  4. Gas sheet view screen for intense ion and electron beams

    Amount: $149,908.00

    Next-generation particle accelerators are pushing the intensities of their beams to never-before- seen levels. As such, it becomes ever more important to measure and control the beams to maximize thei ...

    SBIRPhase I2017Department of Energy
  5. Novel High Duty Cycle FFAG Betatron for Radiological Source Replacement

    Amount: $149,879.00

    Category 1 radiological sources, such as those used for radiation therapy and industrial irradiation processes, represent a significant radiological hazard for users and the public, and pose a threat ...

    SBIRPhase I2017Department of Energy
  6. Low-temperature Bonding Technique for High-Gradient Normal Conducting Accelerator Structures

    Amount: $999,513.00

    Very high gradients are required for multi-TeV future colliders. The main limit to achieving high gradients in normal conducting accelerator structures is RF breakdown. Recent research on high- gradie ...

    SBIRPhase II2017Department of Energy
  7. Adaptive, Multi-Energy Computed Tomography for Large Additively Manufactured Parts

    Amount: $124,779.00

    Additive manufacturing (AM) technology, through its unique layer-by-layer, freeform fabrication capability, has the potential to reduce supply chain issues and enable new components with superior perf ...

    SBIRPhase I2017Department of Defense Navy
  8. AMECT: Adaptive, Multi-Energy Computed Tomography System for Warhead Inspection

    Amount: $149,938.00

    In this project, RadiaBeam Technologies, LLC (RBT) will work with iTomography Corporation to develop a system for full-size warhead inspection based on Adaptive, Multi-Energy Computed Tomography, AMEC ...

    SBIRPhase I2017Department of Defense Air Force
  9. Solid State High Power Amplifier for Communications

    Amount: $139,871.00

    RadiaBeam Technologies, LLC (RBT) propose to develop a kilowatt (kW) range Ka band Solid State electronic amplifier klystron replacement. The system is based on highly innovative hybrid architecture w ...

    SBIRPhase I2016Department of Defense Missile Defense Agency
  10. Low-temperature bonding technique for high-gradient normal conducting accelerator structures

    Amount: $149,799.00

    Reaching multi-TeV energies in future collider applications utilizing Radio Frequency (RF) accelerators of reasonable length and cost will require achieving very high accelerating gradients. The main ...

    SBIRPhase I2016Department of Energy
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