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  1. AF183-029: Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) Radio Development for Small Satellites

    Release Date: 08-24-2018Open Date: 09-24-2018Due Date: 10-24-2018Close Date: 10-24-2018

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Space Platforms  OBJECTIVE: Demonstrate a bi-directional Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) radio in a ~(1Ux1Ux0.5U) CubeSat form factor for low & high data rates.  DESCRIPTION: Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) radios allow multiple spacecraft to communicate simultaneously within the same ground station beam, helping to minimize the programmat ...

    SBIR Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  2. AF183-030: Next-Generation Forecasting Model of Global Equatorial Scintillation

    Release Date: 08-24-2018Open Date: 09-24-2018Due Date: 10-24-2018Close Date: 10-24-2018

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Space Platforms  OBJECTIVE: Develop next-generation scintillation model to provide specification and forecasting of scintillation in the global equatorial ionosphere and to quantify the effects of scintillation on GPS, navigation, and communication systems.  DESCRIPTION: Typical ionospheric scintillation models ingest scintillation data in near real-tim ...

    SBIR Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  3. AF183-031: Enabling Peel-and-Stick Conformal Antennas for SUAS

    Release Date: 08-24-2018Open Date: 09-24-2018Due Date: 10-24-2018Close Date: 10-24-2018

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Sensors  OBJECTIVE: Develop, demonstrate, and test non-permanent, conformal, applique antenna solutions for group 1 and group 2 SUAS.  DESCRIPTION: Conformal antennas provide an alternative solution to traditional aircraft antennas (blade, etc.) in situations where the C-SWaP requirements are crucial, like small SUAS. This topic seeks to develop and dem ...

    SBIR Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  4. AF183-032: Identifying and Remedying Multiple Trace Contaminants in Manufacturing Environment to Prevent Bond Failure

    Release Date: 08-24-2018Open Date: 09-24-2018Due Date: 10-24-2018Close Date: 10-24-2018

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Materials  OBJECTIVE: The objective is to define a methodology to quantify the combined effects of multiple contaminants (ie skin oil, dust, etc), composite bagging materials, corrosion prevention sealants, and environmental effects on the adhesive strength of composite material systems.  DESCRIPTION: The use of adhesively bonded joints as an alternativ ...

    SBIR Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  5. AF183-033: Power Electronics Thermal Interfaces (PETI)

    Release Date: 08-24-2018Open Date: 09-24-2018Due Date: 10-24-2018Close Date: 10-24-2018

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Materials  OBJECTIVE: The objective is to provide new interface materials and processes for device die attachment and electronics packaging with increased temperature range, mechanical strength and thermal conductivity.  DESCRIPTION: Thermal issues are a major factor in many of the Air Force electronic applications. Many of our state of the art electron ...

    SBIR Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  6. AF183-034: Design Framework for Optimized Multifunctional Coatings

    Release Date: 08-24-2018Open Date: 09-24-2018Due Date: 10-24-2018Close Date: 10-24-2018

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Air Platform  OBJECTIVE: Develop a multiphysics-based optimization methodology to design multifunctional materials, including high temperature special technology coatings for use in engine/aircraft high temperature exhaust regions.  DESCRIPTION: There is a desire to improve the design methods for specialty, multifunctional coatings. Such i ...

    SBIR Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  7. AF183-035: Nondestructive Inspection/Evaluation (NDI/E) Probe & Aircraft Structure Coordinate Mapping

    Release Date: 08-24-2018Open Date: 09-24-2018Due Date: 10-24-2018Close Date: 10-24-2018

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Materials  OBJECTIVE: Directly map nondestructive inspection/evaluation (point and C-scan) data with corresponding aircraft structure coordinates to allow engineering analysis and inspection data archival storage. This includes linking of the NDI inspection data to 3D volumetric data that are both acquired at the time and location of inspection (i.e. to the stru ...

    SBIR Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  8. AF183-036: Automated Precision Coating Removal

    Release Date: 08-24-2018Open Date: 09-24-2018Due Date: 10-24-2018Close Date: 10-24-2018

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Materials  OBJECTIVE: Develop an automated or semi-automated coating removal capability to improve the quality of and increase the speed of 'Racetrack' coating removal on advanced Fighter and Bomber aircraft.  DESCRIPTION: Advanced weapon systems employ several coating layers in a 'stack-up'. When a coating layer fails, maintainers must sand down to th ...

    SBIR Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  9. AF183-037: Structured Light for Coating Application and Removal

    Release Date: 08-24-2018Open Date: 09-24-2018Due Date: 10-24-2018Close Date: 10-24-2018

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Materials  OBJECTIVE: Develop systems approach to accurately measure large area structures as well as small complex shapes, determine if item in spec, calculate optimized sanding/spraying operations to bring it into spec, and cue a robot to perform corrective operations.  DESCRIPTION: As-produced aerospace surfaces vary slightly due to inherent manufact ...

    SBIR Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  10. AF183-038: Experimental Methods for Predicting Material Interactions with Plasmas

    Release Date: 08-24-2018Open Date: 09-24-2018Due Date: 10-24-2018Close Date: 10-24-2018

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Materials  OBJECTIVE: Develop new experimental methods to evaluate material-plasma interactions to advance material response models.  DESCRIPTION: At hypersonic velocities above M ~ 7, the flow fields near vehicle bodies become dissociated and ionize, forming significant levels of plasma. These conditions can exist for portions of the flight trajectory ...

    SBIR Air ForceDepartment of Defense

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