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Optimized Substrate Orientation for 4H-SiC EpitaxySBC: MAINSTREAM ENGINEERING CORP Topic: AF19BT015
SiC devices are limited in application due to high substrate manufacturing costs. High temperatures are required to make high quality 4H-SiC substrates, limiting throughput and imposing large maintenance costs on equipment. Lowering the process temperature will make SiC devices more economical, but difficulties with maintaining useful growth rates remain; altering CVD gas precursor chemistry alone ...STTR Phase I 2020 Department of DefenseAir Force
Lunar Surface Network and Kinetic Delivery SystemSBC: SPACE INITIATIVES INC Topic: AF20ATCSO1
We propose a mesh network system that can be deployed onto the lunar surface either with or, in advance of a new landing, either crewed or robotic, that can provide the following services: terminal navigation and landing positioning, even in the possible presence of hostile jamming or spoofing; local PNT for astronauts and robots over an area surrounding the landing site; communications relay over ...STTR Phase I 2020 Department of DefenseAir Force
Open Call for Science and Technology Created by Early-Stage (e.g. University) TeamsSBC: GREAT LAKES CRYSTAL TECHNOLOGIES INC Topic: AF19CT010
We propose to perform customer discovery in Phase I to identify quantum grade single crystal diamond requirements for future Air Force quantum technologies with an aim to extend our state-of-the-art diamond synthesis process to demonstrate prototype quantum grade diamond in Phase II and to establish a domestic supply of quantum grade diamond in Phase III.STTR Phase I 2020 Department of DefenseAir Force
Propulsion Health Monitoring System for Increased Blade DurabilitySBC: SENSATEK PROPULSION TECHNOLOGY, INC Topic: AF20ATCSO1
There is a need to increase engine time on wing of aircraft engines to eliminate $1.1 billion in in operational and sustainment costs across 2,823 Air Force aircraft, while increasing availability of aircraft to assist the USAF in its mission to fly, fight, and win. Sensatek Propulsion Technology, Inc. in collaboration with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University proposes to assist the USAF ...STTR Phase I 2020 Department of DefenseAir Force