Berriehill Research Corporation

7735 Paragon Rd. Array
Dayton, OH 45459
http://www.berriehill.com
55 Employees

SBIR Award Summary

Total Number of Awards 14
Total Value of Awards $4.14MM
First Award Date 04/26/06
Most Recent Award Date 09/12/16

Key Personnel

Last Name Name Awards Contact
Berrie Dr. Jeffery A. Berrie 6 Message
Munk Peter Munk 3 Message
Van Tri Van 1 Message
Zidek Paul Zidek 3 Message
Fortson Marylyn Fortson 2 Message
Kent Thomas Kent 1 Message

14 Awards Won

Phase 1 STTR

Institution: The Ohio State University

Agency: Army
Topic: A16A-T009
Budget: 09/12/16 - 03/11/17

This proposal describes a comprehensive effort to develop the required epitaxial materials technologies to support the development and commercialization of next generation, epitaxially grown, engineered III-V LWIR detectors that achieve performance equivalent to much higher cost II-VI detectors. Our team proposes a unique and innovative approach...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF141-109
Budget: 10/19/15 - 01/16/18

ABSTRACT:Unwanted RFI is a growing concern due to the ever expanding RF world around us. Not only are the number of RFI sources increasing, so too is the frequency usage across the RF spectrum. As a result, RF systems, like the AFSCN, are expected to become more susceptible to disruptions in coverage and service. Additionally, these systems must...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF141-109
Budget: 04/29/14 - 02/02/15

Unwanted RFI is a growing concern due to the ever expanding RF world around us. Not only are the number of RFI sources increasing, so too is the frequency usage across the RF spectrum. As a result, RF systems like the AFSCN are expected to become more susceptible to disruptions in coverage and service. Additionally, these systems must maintain a...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF103-098
Budget: 07/30/12 - 10/29/14

ABSTRACT: The importance of precise satellite navigation is being realized throughout the world. In fact several systems are being deployed. Collectively these systems form the GNSS which offers improved accuracy and satellite availability. However due to differing requirements, new GNSS receivers are being developed. As a result, a GNSS antenna...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N121-015
Budget: 04/02/12 - 09/03/12
PI: Tri Van

In-situ antenna measurements are often impractical or too costly, since they require the fabrication of the antenna and structural modifications of the platform for antenna installation. As the forward EM problems can be numerically solved ever more efficiently, it is possible to perform antenna-platform optimizations in a reasonable time. They ...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF103-098
Budget: 02/18/11 - 02/18/12

ABSTRACT: The US Department of Defense, heavily dependent on the Global Positioning System (GPS) for geolocation, navigation, timekeeping and other military operations, faces unique challenges increasing capability, accuracy and availability of current GPS systems. New GNSS Systems are being developed and fielded worldwide including the Russian ...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF083-009
Budget: 03/31/10 - 07/02/12

In general, there are two ways an FSS Radome subjected to an HPM source can fail. The first is under a sustained continuous high average power signal where heating in lossy materials causes melting or burning. The second is under a very high peak power signal where arching or breakdown occurs within or around the FSS elements, essentially shor...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF083-009
Budget: 01/26/09 - 01/26/10

High Power Microwave (HPM) systems penetrate electronic equipment front ends and cause substantial damage to critical components by generating extremely high energy via a very short electromagnetic pulse. Enclosing an HPM radiating aperture with a frequency selective surface (FSS) radome presents a unique problem. The power density seen by HPM r...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF06-215
Budget: 06/26/07 - 05/20/11

An important area of military capabilities is the small unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). It is inexpensive and controllable by forward units. The Air Force presently has a significant opportunity to improve the productivity of UAV radar systems to provide all-environment detection of camouflaged and concealed targets as well as detection and track...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF071-233
Budget: 06/13/07 - 03/31/08

Variability exists in all objects considered in ATR data sets. The two most important sources of this variability are (1) added or removed objects (example: object attached to the back of a tank) or (2) a part displaced relative to other parts, sometimes referred to as articulation (the classic example is a tank s moveable turret and gun). The...

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