Abstract:We propose development of a high performance, portable atomic clock using cold atom technology. The clock will have short term stability of better than 10^-12 at one second and of 5x10^-15 at timescales of one day. The size, weight, and power (SWaP) of
Abstract:We propose to build and test a prototype IMU based on atomic interferometry. This includes the laser source, vacuum system, simplified low-power electronics, and software. Initial testing of noise level, bias drifts, and performance under dynamics will be done on a per-axis basis, transitioning to… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: AOSense proposes to design a compact optical atomic clock capable of stabilities of better than 1e-14 at 1 second and of 1e-16 at 1 day. The proposed physics package will fit within a volume of ~4L, and prospects for further miniaturization are excellent. The proposed device employs… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: AOSense proposes to design a compact and robust optical frequency synthesizer with a volume of<2 liters that will be capable of producing a stable microwave frequency of ~100 MHz, as well as an optical output. The system is based on the integration of a narrow-linewidth laser… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: This SBIR project develops disruptive navigation technologies using integrated communications/navigation technologies including adaptive space-time vector processing operating on novel atom-based precision inertial navigation systems, ultra-precision clocks, and other signals and sensors… more
Abstract:We propose to develop the next generation of scalar atomic magnetometers with superior performance and lower size, weight, and power consumption (SWaP) than is presently available on the market. Our design leverages recent developments in the field of ultra-high sensitivity atomic magnetometers,… more
Abstract:We propose a novel navigation paradigm that utilizes an arrangement of multiple gradiometers for covert submarine navigation. Our proposed Phase I research will analyze the feasibility and benefits of the proposed navigation technique and develop quantitative models to simulate submarine navigation… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: The Operationally Responsive Space Office (ORS) and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) are currently undertaking an initiative on Open Manufacturing for satellites and space systems, with the goal of improved reliability, faster development, and reduced cost. The… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: SBIR topic AF141-253 seeks disruptive navigation architectures, specifically, new concepts for next-generation position, navigation, and timing (PNT) systems. The solicitation seeks game-changing capability, and encourages disruptive thinking by eliminating requirements for backwards… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Research will be conducted to develop a standardized test for accurately determining the resin impregnation level in prepreg materials. A permeability type test apparatus will be developed and used to quantify the level of impregnation of polymer matrix prepreg materials. This type of… more
Abstract:ATA Engineering proposes to simulate complex interior and exterior flowfields of hot, supersonic aircraft engine nozzles by applying a novel dynamic hybrid RANS/LES (DHRL) modeling framework coupled to the Loci/CHEM (CHEM) finite-volume flow solver. DHRL is code- and turbulence model-independent. It… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: The current approach to structural design is a trial and error process that uses fixed lookup tables for the material design space. Currently material selection is limited by the database available to designers. ATA Engineering seeks to improve upon the current approach by using novel… more
Abstract:ATA"s approach to developing an innovative post-shock kinematic simulation capability for the Navy involves development of a novel methodology that leverages the nonlinear multi-body dynamics capabilities of a commercially available finite element (FE) code, namely Abaqus, to simulate the… more
Abstract:ATA Engineering, Inc., proposes to develop improved nonlinear material behavior models for the design of 2D and 3D woven carbon/carbon (C/C) composite thermal protection system (TPS) components. The objective of this work is to enable efficient design of 3D C/C composite TPS components and decrease… more
Abstract:ATA Engineering proposes a Phase I SBIR project to demonstrate and validate a tactical aircraft noise reduction capability associated with active shaping of the airplane/engine nozzle interface region during forward flight operations. The current proposal addresses a gap in knowledge between noise… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: In this SBIR proposal, tOSC will present a Web-based service application that incorporates a very fast-running, parallel implementation of the AFRL Time-domain Analysis Simulation for Advanced Tracking (TASAT), plus turbulence analysis tools (MATLAB-based tOSC product AOTOOLS), to… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Given the results obtained in the Phase I effort, we are now in a position to advance to the next generation of High Power Phased Array Transceiver Systems. The new approach proposed here is to use enough elements in the phased array to ensure that significant wavefront compensation… more
Abstract:This Small Business Innovation Research proposal presents AutoPHY, an autonomous, virtualized layer 0 interconnection service for data centers and cloud computing. The Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) stack representing the Internet infrastructure consists of layers 0 to 7. Today … more
Abstract:We propose to develop an exoskeleton device that significantly reduces the load the user bears while introducing a negligible metabolic impact. The proposed device employs a novel approach to the issues associated with excessive loading and represents a significant deviation from previous attempts… more
Abstract:Thermal injury is common in military conflicts due primarily to the widespread use of explosive devices. Though scar formation is a natural process of wound healing, burns can produce scars that are excessive, physically debilitating and functionally damaging. Synedgen has demonstrated the efficacy… more
Abstract:A well-established method of differential GNSS corrections, referred to as real time kinematic (RTK), is applied to raw signals which can be obtained for inexpensive automotive grade GNSS designs. This technical approach to position determination is historically found only in higher cost survey… more
Abstract:The length of high energy accelerators is determined by the magnitude of the RF electric field that can be supported in the cavities without breakdown. The accelerator length directly impacts the size and cost. Efforts are continuing around the world to understand the physics of RF breakdown and… more
Abstract:High efficiency, low cost RF sources are required for proton, ion, and muon accelerators. These
sources must be compact and provide precise control of the output power. Currently only large, expensive klystrons can provide this performance. Calabazas Creek Research Inc. proposes to develop a triode… more
Abstract:Existing high quantum efficiency (QE) photocathodes experience very short lifetimes, often only a few hours. Because of the fabrication expense for these cathodes, commercial use is impractical for most applications. Photocathodes with long lifetime are needed to make photoguns cost effective for… more
Abstract:This project aims to develop solid-state hybrid energy storage devices with nanostructured electrode materials combined with an ionic liquid-based electrolyte. The main objective of Phase II is design and fabrication of a hybrid energy storage system,
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