SAN Diego Research Center, Incorporated

6885 Flanders Drive, Suite A
San Diego, CA 92121
http://www.sdrcinc.com
60 Employees

SBIR Award Summary

Total Number of Awards 20
Total Value of Awards $8.25MM
First Award Date 10/07/02
Most Recent Award Date 11/18/06

20 Awards Won

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A04-127
Budget: 11/18/06 - 11/18/08

During the Phase I effort, SDRC investigated the feasibility of a versatile and high-fidelity modeling and simulation tool for directional antenna based wireless communication systems. The proposed tool, namely ADAPT (Advanced Directional Antennas and Protocols Modeling and Simulation Tool), has demonstrated the capability of enabling extensive ...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A05-113
Budget: 08/17/06 - 08/17/08

In Future Force battlefield networks service reliability and availability are key performance indicators. To achieve high reliability in a mobile environment is not an easy task, as frequent node movement combined with volatile RF environment often results in fluctuation in link quality. The convergence time in a mobile ad hoc network is prohibi...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A05-123
Budget: 06/30/06 - 08/29/08

San Diego Research Center (SDRC) proposes to continue to design, develop, and demonstrate SensorBoneTM system, a self-organizing, energy-efficient, scalable, cost-effective, rapidly deployable, and secure wireless backbone system that enables real-time remote environmental and events monitoring with up to thousands of heterogeneous sensors deplo...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF06-303
Budget: 06/19/06 - 03/19/07

San Diego Research Center (SDRC) teamed with the University of Rhode Island s (URI) Sensor and Surface Technology Partnership led by Dr. Otto Gregory and Pratt and Whitney (P&W) will develop and demonstrate a system for monitoring critical strain and temperature data in a gas turbine engine. The Engine Telemetry Sensor System design is based on...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF05-102
Budget: 04/18/06 - 07/18/08

The team of San Diego Research Center (SDRC), EMS Technologies, and Boeing propose to develop and demonstrate an end-to-end satellite networking architecture that is fully interoperable with Global Information Grid (GIG) and GIG Bandwidth Extension (GIG-BE) from the perspective of IPv6, HAIPE, and QoS with corresponding hardware, software, and n...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF06-024
Budget: 04/12/06 - 02/12/07

SDRC proposes to develop and demonstrate a novel networking protocol standard for a broad spectrum of Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANET) that changes the paradigm of the traditional wire-based wireless networking algorithms and protocols. The vision of Network-Center Operations strongly demands the needs for robust MANET technologies to support dy...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
Topic: SB052-019
Budget: 12/12/05 - 08/31/06

Robust communication is a reliable, available, mission-aware, and survivable networked-communication links capable of withstanding attempts by enemy to detect, disrupt or intercept communication signals. Small groups of networked Unmanned Combat Air Vehicles (UCAVs), such as Joint Unmanned Combat Air Systems (J-UCAS), require robust communicati...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A05-113
Budget: 11/28/05 - 05/27/06

Service reliability is a key performance indicator for a Future Force battlefield network. In a mobile wireless ad-hoc network in support of the Future Force, frequent node movement combined with volatile RF environment often results in fluctuation in link quality and hence frequent network topology change. This can severely hamper reliable dat...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A05-123
Budget: 11/09/05 - 05/08/06

San Diego Research Center (SDRC) offers a team of experts in wireless sensor networks, embedded networking, mesh networking, and military communication systems to design, analyze, and prototype a MANET-based wireless backbone that not only enables remote monitoring and data acquisition from heterogeneous sensor networks over the vast remote DoD ...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N04-108
Budget: 09/07/05 - 01/07/07

Multiple-Input-Multiple-Output (MIMO) techniques are viewed as a breakthrough technology that will bring strong benefits to future military communications systems. At present, MIMO technology offers potential users two very different solutions: 1)High data rate solution (Spatial Multiplexing (SM)) and 2) Robust, low-complexity, reduced data rate...

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