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  1. Discrimination Via Phased Derived Range

    SBC: Tec-Masters, Inc.            Topic: BMDO02003

    The Phased Derived Range (PDR) method generates higher resolution object features than current radar processing methods, making available more physics based features for discrimination. These new physics based PDR features must be combined with currently existing features to determine if new information is being brought to the table. This determination is performed with adaptive feature selection ...

    SBIR Phase II 2004 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  2. Passive Sensor for the Detection of Hydrazine Leaks in Missile Canisters

    SBC: WELD STAR TECHNOLOGY, INC.            Topic: BMDO02003

    The objective of this Phase II project is to complete the research required to deliver to the THAAD program for military qualification testing a low cost, easy to use, passive, nonreversible, MEMs based, chemiresistor sensor for the detection of hydrazine in missile canisters. The Air Force has set the maximum exposure limit to hydrazine at 10 ppb for an 8-hour period. A hydrazine sensor is need ...

    SBIR Phase II 2004 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  3. MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT FOR PULSED CONDUCTORS

    SBC: CREARE LLC            Topic: N/A

    THE PROPOSED PROJECT WILL DEVELOP MATERIALS AND SUPPORTING THERMAL TECHNOLOGY LEADING TO DESIGN OF HIGH POWER PULSE CONDUCTORS FOR SPACE APPLICATIONS. IN PHSE I WE WILL EVALUATE AN EM GUN SYSTEM, IDENTIFY ALTERNATIVE MATERIALS AND THERMAL APPROACHES FOR SELECTED COMPONENTS, AND IDENTIFY TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS. COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT FEASIBILITY AND BENEFITS WILL BE DEFINED.

    SBIR Phase II 1987 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  4. WET TURBOEXPANDER FOR CRYOCOOLERS OF SPACEBORNE SURVEILLANCE SENSORS

    SBC: CREARE LLC            Topic: N/A

    THE NEED FOR INCREASING THE SENSITIVITY OF SPACE-BORNE SENSORS WILL REQUIRE DEVELOPMENT OF LONG-LIFE, HIGHLY EFFICIENT HELIUM LIQUIFIERS. CONVENTIONAL HELIUM LIQUIFIERS EMPLOY A JOULE-THOMSON EXPANSION VALVE TO EXPAND THE HELIUM AT TEMPERATURES BELOW ABOUT 10 DEG K. IT HAS BEEN SHOWN THAT GAINS OF UP TO 30% IN OVERALL CYCLE EFFICIENCY CAN BE OBTAINED IF THE JOULE-THOMSON VALVE IS REPLACED BY AN EX ...

    SBIR Phase II 1987 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  5. Development of a High Capacity 35 K Multistage Turbo-Brayton Cryocooler

    SBC: CREARE LLC            Topic: MDA02030

    We propose to develop an innovative high-capacity multistage cryocooler for dual cooling loads at temperatures of 85 K and 35 K. The cooler is based on proven turbo-Brayton technology that has been flight demonstrated and qualified for use on the Hubble Space Telescope. This technology will be adapted to the unique requirements of DOD infrared sensor applications at lower temperatures and at sig ...

    SBIR Phase II 2004 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  6. Improved Thermal Battery Assembly Techniques

    SBC: CREARE LLC            Topic: N02048

    Current production of thermal batteries relies heavily on touch labor practices. The assembly of the battery stack relies exclusively on touch labor, which has been shown to be the major insertion point for battery defects that are discovered during post-production evaluations of batteries. In Phase I, Creare successfully demonstrated the critical subsystems of an innovative approach to battery ...

    SBIR Phase II 2004 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  7. Improved Primary Battery Reliability Via Non-Destructive Evaluation

    SBC: CREARE LLC            Topic: N02044

    Reliable and accurate thermal battery nondestructive evaluation during production and as part of pre-acceptance qualification procedures is central to ensuring that the quality of thermal batteries remains high. Current production inspection practices are inadequate because not only batteries with defects continue to enter the stockpile, but also productivity is adversely impacted. In Phase I, w ...

    SBIR Phase II 2004 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  8. Enhanced Electromagnetic Effects-

    SBC: GOMEZ RESEARCH ASSOCIATES INC            Topic: A02206

    In modern Department of Defense (DOD) and Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Radar and Communications Systems, it has been shown that two of the most costly requirements are the effective radiated power (ERP) and target Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR). For MDA radar systems estimates of up to $50M per added dB of SNR have been reported. In its Phase I effort entitled "Influence of Fractal Signals on the Eff ...

    SBIR Phase II 2004 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  9. Agent-based Knowledge-design Assistant (AKA) Technology for Computer Network Defense (CND)

    SBC: SENTAR, INC.            Topic: MDA03050

    The proposed technology will provide runtime knowledge management and discovery for Computer Network Defense (CND) and other applications. Proposed innovations entail a convergence of research developments now in progress: the Work-Centered Interface Computer Network Defense (WCI-CND) and the Agent-based Knowledge-design Assistant (AKA). The WCI-CND is a multi-agent knowledge system for dynamic ...

    SBIR Phase II 2004 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  10. Secure Agent Based Platform for Computer Network Defense

    SBC: SENTAR, INC.            Topic: MDA03050

    The threat of cyber-attack comes from many sources. Sophisticated attack software, novice hackers, and foreign operatives recruiting dissatisfied individuals within an organization to compromise system operations. Because inside attackers have legitimate access to privileged system resources, their activities can be particularly malicious, going beyond intrusion, theft, or destruction of data. ...

    SBIR Phase II 2004 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
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