Air Force Research Laboratory – Sensors Directorate
The Air Force Research Laboratory Sensors Directorate leads the discovery and development of future capabilities, providing integrated intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR); combat identification; and spectrum warfare effects.
Multiport microwave device for compact antenna steering
This key component of phased array antenna systems can fit into space-constrained locations, such as the tail of a UAV
Alternative to GPS which works with a smartphone and can operate without a visible horizon
Surface passivation improved IR photodetectors
Reduces or eliminates surface leakage current in infrared detectors
Fetal heartbeat phantom
Simulates fetal cardiac activity to facilitate training for healthcare professionals on accurate pregnancy determination via ultrasound
Improved orientation patterned gallium phosphide template for mid-range...
Combines the advantages of two nonlinear materials
Coherent laser sources radiating in the mid- and...
Organic-inorganic quasi-phase-matching structures for frequency conversion devices
Simplifying hyperspectral image analysis
Examining hyperspectral data having more than 100 independent wavelength measurements which are collected over a specific, independent series of sampling times
Novel inorganic material for optical frequency conversion
Multi-layer gallium arsenide based fresnel phase shift devices for infrared wavelength conversions
Volume production of state-of-the-art scintillator material
Methods of growing single, bulk substrate of uranium-based crystals of high-purity and significant size
Short-gate length, thin-film transistors
Method may be used to fabricate transistors with channels as small as a few nanometers
Compact, high-efficiency, ELF/VLF antenna
For use in long wavelength communications and as a radiation shield for satellite-based electronics