DYNAMIC KEYBOARD SYSTEMS & IMPROVING TYPING PERFORMANCE
Agency: Department of Health and Human Services
Agency Tracking Number: 1R43HD037713-01
Phase: Phase I
Awards Year: 1999
Solicitation Year: N/A
Solicitation Topic Code: N/A
Solicitation Number: N/A
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Name: JAMES SCHROEDER
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AbstractNot Available The objective of this SBIR project will be to develop an all fiber optic heading sensor for towed arrays which is affordable, accurate, immune to electromagnetic interference, free of electromagnetic emissions and suitable for a wide range of civilian commercial applications. The heading sensor will consist of three-axis, fiber-coupled magneto-optic sensors housed in a small, high pressure-tolerant cylinder. In Phase I, detection of the Earth's field direction to an accuracy of 0.1 degrees or better will be demonstrated. In Phase II, the magneto-optic sensors to an integrated form in which all components will be placed onto a single chip small enough to fit into the required form factor. In Phase III, an all optical heading sensor with the associated electronics package will be produced.
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