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  1. Affordable GPS-independent Precision Munitions

    SBC: CROSSFIELD TECHNOLOGY LLC            Topic: A10056

    Crossfield, together with Omnitek Partners, will investigate and develop GPS Independent Precision Munition guidance architecture that has comparable accuracy to GPS and is inherently hard to jamming and interference. The baseline architecture will employ a novel orientation sensor that provides both orientation and can provide position location. The sensor will operate in the 60 GHz oxygen abso ...

    SBIR Phase I 2010 Department of DefenseArmy
  2. Conformal Semiconductor Circuits

    SBC: CROSSFIELD TECHNOLOGY LLC            Topic: A05008

    Crossfield proposes to develop a hybrid direct write technique for developing conformal circuits and semiconductors. Crossfield, together with Honeywell and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) intend to demonstrate a conformal circuit technique that enables the metal elements of the circuit (such as power and signal traces or antennas) and supporting semiconductors such as bias circui ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
  3. ASIC Forensic Redesign

    SBC: CROSSFIELD TECHNOLOGY LLC            Topic: N05031

    Crossfield proposes an innovative forensic approach for re-engineering legacy devices based upon using a mechanical/ion-etch (dry etch) process to extract transistor and transistor interconnect data. This transistor netlist data is then fed through an extract program to establish a gate level netlist from the transistor and transistor interconnect database. The gate level netlist, together with ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseNavy
  4. Intelligent 4-Way GPU Advanced Switching Bridge Chip for Simulation and Scene Generation

    SBC: CROSSFIELD TECHNOLOGY LLC            Topic: MDA04142

    The Crossfield simulator will significantly increase the MDA's ability to evaluate a missile defense systems' effectiveness without conducting expensive field tests and will enable faster development of anti-missile systems. The simulator uses clusters of high-performance Central Processor Units (CPUs) and Graphic Processor Units (GPUs) to generate realistic scenes in real-time, and the generated ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  5. Compact Ultra-Wideband Target Identification System

    SBC: CROSSFIELD TECHNOLOGY LLC            Topic: AF05012

    Crossfield proposes a high dynamic range, ultra-wideband, receiver-digitizer that will enable implementation of a compact UWB target identification system for the detection and location of targets and weapons concealed behind walls or foliage or hidden on a person. The design features an ultra-wide bandwidth, high dynamic range sampler developed by Picosecond Pulse Labs, followed by a track-and-ho ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseAir Force
  6. Advanced Ultra Broad Band Direct Conversion Digital Receiver

    SBC: CROSSFIELD TECHNOLOGY LLC            Topic: A04045

    Crossfield Technology proposes an innovative direct conversion receiver and digital signal processor system that provides ultra wideband frequency coverage at ultra high frequency resolution. Key features of Crossfield's ultra wide band receiver and signal processor design include: Ultra wide band direct conversion (zero-IF or near-zero-IF) using state-of-the-art SiGe analog-to-digital convert ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
  7. Turbine Telemetry

    SBC: CROSSFIELD TECHNOLOGY LLC            Topic: AF06303

    Crossfield’s technical approach is a novel RF powered telemetry chip which not only uses the RF signal as a power source, but enables time synchronization among the multiple telemetry modules such that a relatively low risk time division multiplex scheme can be implemented. The Phase I effort is designed to significantly reduce the risk of this RF power and synchronization scheme by developing ...

    SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseAir Force
  8. Advanced Switching Technology for Scene Generation

    SBC: CROSSFIELD TECHNOLOGY LLC            Topic: MDA04142

    Crossfield Technology LLC and CG2, Inc./Quantum3D, Inc. propose the development of an advanced switching system that provides a tenfold increase in the performance of real-time physics-based scene generation systems. The Advanced Switching Technology for Scene Generation program will use streaming processors interconnected by Advanced Switching Interconnect (ASI) technology to provide supercompute ...

    SBIR Phase II 2006 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  9. Configurable Dynamic Strain System

    SBC: CROSSFIELD TECHNOLOGY LLC            Topic: AF071344

    Crossfield Technology proposes a configurable dynamic strain system based on low-cost 100BaseT Ethernet technology. Each 24-channel data acquisition module is connected through a Category 5 (CAT5) cable that delivers power to the module and provides 100 Mbps of full-duplex bandwidth for dynamic module configuration and streaming of sensor data over distances of up to 100 m. The proposed sensor sys ...

    SBIR Phase I 2007 Department of DefenseAir Force
  10. Ultra Low-Power Miniaturized Flexible Radio Optimized for Long-Term Battery Operation

    SBC: CROSSFIELD TECHNOLOGY LLC            Topic: DMEA07003

    Crossfield intends to develop a single chip software radio that is battery operated and can support high data rate wireless applications not currently addressed by off-the-shelf wireless standards such as IEEE802.15.4. By implementing a software radio, a single chip transceiver can interface to multiple transceiver “over the air” standards and can exploit new schemes as needed. The program w ...

    SBIR Phase I 2008 Department of DefenseDefense Microelectronics Activity
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