Linden Photonics, Inc.

1 Park Drive, Unit 10
Westford, MA 01886
http://www.lindenphotonics.com
6 Employees

SBIR Award Summary

Total Number of Awards 15
Total Value of Awards $4.53MM
First Award Date 08/15/02
Most Recent Award Date 09/17/14

Key Personnel

Last Name Name Awards Contact
Mahapatra Dr. Amaresh Mahapatra 9 Message
Mansfield Mr. R. J. Mansfield 1 Message
Mansfield Mr. Robert Mansfield 2 Message
O''''Riorden Stephen O''''Riorden 1 Message
O''Riorden Stephen O''Riorden 1 Message
O'Riorden Stephen O'Riorden 1 Message

15 Awards Won

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N08-115
Budget: 09/17/14 - 09/30/16

Optical fibers are extensively used in military aircraft, both as interconnects in electronic cards and in aircraft frames. Fiber ribbons, manufactured primarily by W.L. Gore, used in computer cards suffer significant breakage failures, usually close to the exit point of the MT connectors and at points where they have been tacked to prevent move...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A11-126
Budget: 02/08/12 - 08/12/12

Lighting in deployable shelters is required 24 hours a day and typically there is a greater demand for light during the daylight hours. Linden Photonics proposes the use of fiber optics to create a hybrid lighting system that will be a lightweight, fully passive, easily deployable solar based lighting system. Our system is designed to track th...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N091-040
Budget: 09/08/10 - 03/08/12

Linden Photonics proposes a novel approach to cleaning a connector endface. In our design we will use a new cleaning media. This will allow for cleaning male and female connector endfaces. Material will allow a technician to clean a termini that is inside an aligment sleeve on the female side of a connector. This is critical for properly cleanin...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N08-115
Budget: 12/04/09 - 12/04/11

Optical fibers are extensively used in military aircraft, both as interconnects in electronic cards and in aircraft frames. Fiber ribbons, manufactured primarily by W.L. Gore, used in computer cards suffer significant breakage failures, usually close to the exit point of the MT connectors and at points where they have been tacked to prevent move...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N091-040
Budget: 04/30/09 - 01/30/10

Linden Photonics proposes a novel approach to cleaning a connector endface. In our design we will use a newly developed adhesive technology that will be pressed against the face of the connector and removed without wiping across the endface and thus reducing the chance of a cleaning related pit or scratch. This design will have significant advan...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N08-115
Budget: 08/21/08 - 10/15/09

Optical fibers are extensively used in military aircraft, both as interconnects in electronic cards and as interconnects in aircraft frames. Fiber ribbons used in computer cards suffer significant breakage failures, usually close to the connectors and at points where they have been tacked to prevent movement. Fiber cables suffer maintenance ind...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N07-025
Budget: 08/11/08 - 08/11/10

Currently used wire harness technology consisting of Teflon-Kapton-Teflon (TKT) composite tape has significant performance issues such as hydrolysis and inadequate abrasion resistance. Engineers at V-22 primes have said one issue with kapton composite is centering it starts to unravel and kapton becomes susceptible to hydrolysis. When pulled ...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N07-025
Budget: 05/03/07 - 05/28/08

Currently used wire harness technology consisting of Teflon-Kapton-Teflon (TKT) composite tape has some significant performance issues. Kapton-H has been replaced with Teflon T (Dupont trade name OASIS) which has reduced but not eliminated the hydrolysis problem. Engineers at one of the primes for the V-22 have told us that the one issue with k...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N05-075
Budget: 06/22/05 - 12/22/05

We present a design proposal for a high strength, miniature optical fiber cable for high bandwidth, long distance (20km) two way communications between a submerged submarine and a floating tethered buoy. The cable has been designed for high speed (15kts) deployment using an expendable 3" buoy.

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N03-072
Budget: 02/01/05 - 11/20/07

Current wire guided torpedoes rely upon conventional metal conductors for the communications link between the submarine and torpedo. As the range of torpedoes increases, the bandwidth of this link decreases, and the rate of data transmission drops. The use of optical fiber cables in place of the conventional wire promises very significant increa...

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