Discovery Semiconductors, Inc.

Basic Information

NJ
Ewing, NJ, 08628-3200

http://chipsat.com

Company Profile

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Additional Details

Field Value
DUNS: 824781769
Hubzone Owned: N
Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: Y
Woman Owned: N
Number of Employees: 25


  1. Ruggedized Wideband High Power Balanced Photodiode Receiver

    Amount: $80,000.00

    We will manufacture high current handling balanced photodiodes in a rugged 8-pin Kovar package having the following characteristics: (a) Small Package with height of 5 mm, and volume of 2.5 cubic cm ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 NavyDepartment of DefenseDepartment of Defense
  2. Packaging High Power Photodetectors for 100 MHz to 100 GHz RF Photonic Applications

    Amount: $150,000.00

    ABSTRACT: Discovery Semiconductors will assemble high power InGaAs/InP photodiodes with 50 ohm internal termination in a fiber-pigtailed, W1-connectorized microwave package having the following speci ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseAir ForceDepartment of Defense
  3. Low-Noise, UV-to-SWIR Broadband Photodiodes for Large-Format Focal Plane Array Sensors

    Amount: $600,000.00

    Broadband focal plane arrays, operating in UV-to-SWIR wavelength range, are required for atmospheric monitoring of greenhouse gases. Currently, separate image sensors are used for different spectral s ...

    SBIR Phase II 2011 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  4. Low-Noise, UV-to-SWIR Broadband Photodiodes for Large-Format Focal Plane Array Sensors

    Amount: $100,000.00

    Broadband focal plane arrays, operating in UV-to-SWIR wavelength range, are required for atmospheric monitoring of greenhouse gases. Currently, separate image sensors are used for different spectral s ...

    SBIR Phase I 2010 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  5. Ultra-Low Noise Quad Photoreceiver for Space Based Laser Interferometric Gravity Wave Detection

    Amount: $600,000.00

    We propose to design and develop 2x2 quad p-i-n InGaAs Photoreceivers having the following characteristics: (a) Active area diameter 0.75 mm; (b) Wavelength coverage 850 to 1700 nm, with responsivity ...

    SBIR Phase II 2010 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  6. High Power, Highly Linear Photodiode Arrays with Integrated RF Power Combiner for 2- 20 GHz Applications

    Amount: $98,955.00

    We propose to develop high-power, highly linear photodiodes having the following specifications at 1550 nm wavelength per photodiode: (1) 3 dB bandwidth > 20 GHz, (2) DC photocurrent > 200 mA, (3) max ...

    SBIR Phase I 2010 Defense Advanced Research Projects AgencyDepartment of DefenseDepartment of Defense
  7. Low Noise, InGaAs Dual Photodiodes for Precise Timing

    Amount: $300,000.00

    Conversion of highly stable optical clocks into electrical clocks through photodetection introduces excess phase noise, thereby degrading the frequency stability. This noise is primarily generated due ...

    SBIR Phase II 2009 National Institute of Standards and TechnologyDepartment of Commerce
  8. Ultra-Low Noise Quad Photoreceiver for Space Based Laser Interferometric Gravity Wave Detection

    Amount: $99,998.00

    Gravity wave detection using space-based long-baseline laser interferometric sensors imposes stringent noise requirements on the system components, including the large area photoreceiver front ends. ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  9. Ultra-fast Photonics-enabled RF Arbitrary Waveform Generation Utilizing Highly Linear, High Power Photodiodes

    Amount: $70,000.00

    We propose to demonstrate a photonic radio-frequency (RF) arbitrary waveform generator (AWG) having (1) 3 dB bandwidth = 10 GHz, (2) time aperture > 2 ns (time-bandwidth product > 20), and (3) maximum ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 ArmyDepartment of DefenseDepartment of Defense
  10. Low Noise, InGaAs Dual Photodiodes for Precise Timing

    Amount: $90,000.00

    Conversion of highly stable optical clocks into electrical clocks through photodetection introduces excess phase noise and degrades the frequency stability by two to three orders of magnitude.

    SBIR Phase I 2008 National Institute of Standards and TechnologyDepartment of Commerce

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