Sigpro Systems, Inc.
| 1121 Baldwin St.
Salinas, CA, 93906
|Socially and Economically Disadvantaged:||N|
|Number of Employees:||5|
Current long range SAR systems are performance limited by slant range ambiguity problems and need wide instantaneous bandwidths to obtain high resolution SAR images. These SAR systems push the leadin ...SBIR Phase I 1997 Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Department of Defense
Advanced ESM signal processors are required to solve critical radar emitter ID problems, which are complicated by complex linear chirp frequency codes, non-linear frequency codes and phase coded radar ...SBIR Phase II 1993 Navy Department of Defense
N/ASBIR Phase I 1991 Navy Department of Defense
NEW ESM PROCESSORS ARE REQUIRED TO SOLVE EMITTER CLASSIFICATION AND ID PROBLEMS WHICH ARE COMPLICATED BY COMPLEX AND DENSE EMITTER ENVIRONMENTS AND FURTHER COMPOUNDED BY MODERN LPI RADAR WAVEFORMS. NE ...SBIR Phase I 1990 Navy Department of Defense
EW ARCHITECTURES ARE ESTABLISHED IN THE ARCHITECTURE GENERATOR WITH EW NAVAL WARFARE STRATEGIES, EW - TLWRS, MISSION DECOMPOSITION INFORMATION, BATTLE FORCE STRUCTURES AND ASSOCIATED INFORMATION AS KE ...SBIR Phase I 1989 Navy Department of Defense
CRUISE MISSILE RF SEEKER SYSTEMS WILL BE REQUIRED TO PERFORM SHIP TARGET CLASSIFICATION FOR HIGH-VALUED TARGET SELECTION AND CONSERVATION OF MISSILE RESOURCES. THIS DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL WILL INVESTIGA ...SBIR Phase II 1987 Navy Department of Defense
UNWANTED RADAR WAVEFORM MODULATIONS EXIST ON ALL REAL-WORLD RADAR SYSTEMS. THESE UNWANTED MODULATIONS CHANGE BECAUSE OF DIFFERENCES IN OPERATING CONDITIONS AND COMPONENT AND SUBSYSTEM AGING. SPECIFIC ...SBIR Phase I 1987 Navy Department of Defense
N/ASBIR Phase I 1986 Navy Department of Defense