Picodyne, Inc.

801 University SE, Ste. 206
Albuquerque, NM 87106
7 Employees

SBIR Award Summary

Total Number of Awards 4
Total Value of Awards $1.07MM
First Award Date 09/09/97
Most Recent Award Date 07/02/01

Key Personnel

Last Name Name Awards Contact
Gambles Jodi Gambles 1
Giffin Geoff Giffin 2
Fuller Mr. Earl Fuller 1 Message
Maki Gary K. Maki 1
Wellborn Charles Wellborn 1

4 Awards Won

Phase 1 STTR

Institution: University of New Mexico

Agency: Navy
Topic: N01T001
Budget: 07/02/01 - 01/15/02

Power consumed in electronics is a major issue for both government and commercial systems, and has become a driver in certain applications when required capability, available power sources, and total power budget must be balanced. One of the key requirements of autonomous distributed underwater systems is to minimize power consumed behind the i...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF99-048
Budget: 08/23/99 - 07/05/00

Minimization of power consumption in electronics is a key requirement as spacecraft shrink in size. Semiconductor industry trends are leading power levels, lower, but not quickly enough to meet the needs of advanced missions or the new generation of broad-band communications satellites. Commercial electronics, while trending to lower power level...

Phase 2 STTR

Institution: Microelectronics Research Center

Agency: Navy
Topic: N97T002
Budget: 08/20/98 - 08/20/00

Power consumed in electronics is a major issue for Government and commerical systems, and in certain distributed applications can be a determining factor when required capability, available power, operating lifetime and packaging must be balanced. Industry trends are leading semiconductor power levels lower, but not quickly enough to meet t...

Phase 1 STTR

Institution: University of New Mexico

Agency: Navy
Topic: N97T002
Budget: 09/09/97 - 02/09/97

Power consumed in electronics is becoming a major issue for both Government and commercial systems. Commercial industry estimates that certain critical consumer electronic chips will consume 150 watts in the year 2000. Government users will find 100 watt/chip totally unacceptable for Autonomous Distributed Systems (ADS) or Spacecraft sys...