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  1. Body-worn sensors for monitoring warrior physical and mental state

    SBC: MC10 Inc.            Topic: N13AT021

    Wearable human state monitors must be mechanically invisible to greatest degree possible, to maximize comfort, wearability, hygiene and signal quality. These device attributes are aligned with the goal of closely coupling devices to the body for best-quality signal capture and continuous health monitoring by seamlessly integrating with the body, under clothing and gear. They must be robust to dyna ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
  2. Gallium Nitride (GaN)-based High Efficiency Switch/Transistor for L-Band RF Power Amplifier Applications

    SBC: MIMOCLOUD INC            Topic: N13AT025

    This research seeks to develop a method of developing solid-state power amplifiers that operate at 300 Volts, achieve 100 Watt output and greater than 90% efficiency at 1 GHz with 10% bandwidths. We will seek to demonstrate switch-mode amplifiers that use a novel gate design with Gallium Nitride forming the basis for solid state power amplification.

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
  3. Gallium Nitride (GaN)-based High Efficiency Switch/Transistor for L-Band RF Power Amplifier Applications

    SBC: Cambridge Electronics, Inc.            Topic: N13AT025

    This project is focused on the development of a new generation of GaN-based transistors with breakdown voltages in excess of 1kV that can be used in the demonstration of power amplifiers operating at 1 GHz with power added efficiencies in excess of 90%. To achieve this performance, this project will develop new approaches to increase the breakdown voltage of GaN high electron mobility transistors, ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
  4. Improving the Physics of Applied Reverberation Models

    SBC: Ocean Acoustical Services and Instrumentation Systems, Inc.            Topic: N13AT026

    The proposed work will address the core physics underlying acoustic reverberation as related to properties of the ocean environment and properties of the acoustic sources, receivers and waveforms that make up ocean-going acoustic systems of interest to the U.S. Navy. Present day active acoustic system performance models, which contain reverberation models as an essential component, are over twenty ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
  5. Wide Spectral Band Laser Threat Sensor

    SBC: NANOHMICS INC            Topic: N13AT027

    US troops and equipment are increasingly at risk for irradiation by lasers, whether it be from enemy targeting and ranging systems, designators, or high-energy lasers as weapons themselves. Countering the threat requires detection of the incident laser radiation, the direction from which it is originating, and characterization of its wavelength and temporal profile. Nanohmics Inc., in partnership ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
  6. High Dynamic Range CMOS Laser Threat Sensor

    SBC: Optra, Inc.            Topic: N13AT027

    The proliferation of laser based weapons systems has led to the need for laser threat sensor systems that operate over wide spectral range from the visible to infrared and provide sufficient dynamic range to measure the irradiance levels seen in practice. OPTRA, Inc. proposes a solution based on the complementary combination of CMOS readout integrated circuitry and diffractive optics to provide th ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
  7. Hybrid, Ultra-High-Speed, High Efficiency, Power Dense, Electronically Controlled Energy Conversion Unit for Ship Systems, Unmanned Vehicles, and Robo

    SBC: ELECTRIC DRIVETRAIN TECHNOLOGIES LLC            Topic: N13AT028

    The Navy seeks to develop new, innovative motor/generator technologies that can effectively operate at speeds up to 1,000 kRPM at power densities of 40 kW/kg (excluding heat exchanger) with an overall system efficiency of 95% or better. Such a motor/generator will have a wide range of applications, i.e. it can be used as the core building block of a very lightweight electrical energy storage syste ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
  8. Advanced Thin-film Battery Development

    SBC: FLEXEL LLC            Topic: N11AT006

    We propose developing high energy density, non-toxic, environmentally friendly zinc-water battery system, which can be manufactured in various form factors including flexible cells, based on novel metal hydrated ruthenium (IV) oxide chemistry. The cells are flexible and have a low recharge voltage. This makes them useful in a variety application as well (mounted on air frame support elements to m ...

    STTR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
  9. Monolithic Beam-Combined Mid-Infrared Laser Array

    SBC: EOS Photonics            Topic: N11AT011

    The team consisting of Eos Photonics Inc. and MIT Lincoln Laboratories will develop a MWIR laser source based on a high power, continuous wave (CW) Quantum Cascade Laser (QCL) array. The output from the array elements will be beam combined monolithically using a unique spectral beam combining technique. The combined outputs will reach power levels exceeding 25 Watts with excellent beam quality (M2

    STTR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
  10. Low-Power Arctic environmental sensors for UUVs

    SBC: D 2 INC            Topic: N11AT025

    UUV"s have become increasingly important tools in the collection of environmental data. Their unique ability to operate independent of surface vessel conditions allows artic measures when traditional means is not possible. It is now well agreed that artic regions are critical to man"s understanding of the environment. Historically sensor packages for UUV"s have been based on"adaptions"of ship depl ...

    STTR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
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