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.
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
Simple design, high levels of optical isolation, low forward loss, all in a small footprint
2×4 Microgrid polarizer array
24 percent spatial resolution improvement over the traditional 2x2 array with zero penalty
Data filter for high confidence routing
Hardware/software filter for securing data between avionics system components
Avionics data bus firewall
A hardware firewall to isolate aircraft line replaceable units (LRUs)