Sensor Electronics, Inc.

Medford, NJ 08055
4 Employees

SBIR Award Summary

Total Number of Awards 9
Total Value of Awards $916K
First Award Date 01/01/84
Most Recent Award Date 09/01/00

Key Personnel

Last Name Name Awards Contact
Langberg Dr. Edwin Langberg 9

9 Awards Won

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Department of Health & Human Services
Topic:
Budget: 09/01/00 - 08/31/01

The transfer of information using tactile aids for hearing-impaired persons is currently limited by the tactor and not by the tactile sense. Our aim is to design a tactor that makes full use of the tactile capability. Rather than using an external sinusoidal source to drive the tactor, we configure the transducer and the drive circuit as a sel...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Department of Health & Human Services
Topic:
Budget: 09/24/99 - 08/31/00

The transfer of information using tactile aids for hearing-impaired persons is currently limited by the tactor and not by the tactile sense. Our aim is to design a tactor that makes full use of the tactile capability. Rather than using an external sinusoidal source to drive the tactor, we configure the transducer and the drive circuit as a sel...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Department of Health & Human Services
Topic:
Budget: 04/01/97 - 09/30/97

DESCRIPTION: The progress in tactile aids may well be limited by current tactor technology. The proposed roto-oscillating tactor is a novel vibro-tactile transducer for hearing impaired persons. The actuator of the tactor is a motor, roto-oscillating typically by an angle of +/- 7.5 0. Th...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Department of Health & Human Services
Topic:
Budget: 01/01/95 - 12/31/95

Occlusion reduction based on closed-loop electroacoustical compensation was discovered in 1988 by the Principal Investigator and experimentally verified during Phase I in a simulated hearing aid, denoted as an Occlusion Cancellation Unit (OCUnit). Using the OCUnit, a 20 dB reduction of the occlus...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Department of Health & Human Services
Topic:
Budget: 01/01/94 - 12/31/94

Occlusion reduction based on closed-loop electroacoustical compensation was discovered in 1988 by the Principal Investigator and experimentally verified during Phase I in a simulated hearing aid, denoted as an Occlusion Cancellation Unit (OCUnit). Using the OCUnit, a 20 dB reduction of the occlusion effect was measured. In addition, the OCUnit...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Department of Health & Human Services
Topic:
Budget: 01/01/92 - 06/30/92

DESCRIPTION: (Adapted From the Applicant's Abstract) The applicant organization has discovered and experimentally observed that an Electroacoustical Compensation (ELAC) circuit counteracts the occlusion effect experienced by hearing aid wearers of unvented hearing aids. Unvented hearing aids with the ELAC circuit show promise for a significant...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A84-096
Budget: 01/01/86 - 12/31/86

THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS PHASE II PROPOSAL, A CONTINUATION OF PHASE I SBIR CONTRACT "IN-THE-EAR TALK-THROUGH HEARING PROTECTION", IS THE DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, AND EVALUATION OF A LABORATORY PROTOTYPE OF: (a) AN ACTIVE EARPLUG: A FLANGED EARPLUG EQUIPPED WITH AN EARPHONE TRANSDUCER, (b) A MINIATURE MICROPHONE WHICH CAN BE LOCATED INSIDE OF THE EAR C...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A84-096
Budget: 01/01/84 - 12/31/84

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A84-096
Budget: 01/01/84 - 12/31/84