SVT Assoc., Inc.

7620 Executive Drive
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
http://www.svta.com
39 Employees

SBIR Award Summary

Total Number of Awards 68
Total Value of Awards $11.5MM
First Award Date 06/21/94
Most Recent Award Date 06/25/14

68 Awards Won

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N141-038
Budget: 06/25/14 - 12/22/14

With the advent of electromagnetic and electro-optical sensors in modern military platforms, the issue of detectability extends well beyond that of visible light. The suppression of Electromagnetic Interference/Radio Frequency Interference (EMI/RFI) is considered as one of vital elements of survivability. In general, windows are one of the main ...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A06-122
Budget: 09/25/08 - 01/26/11

SVT Associates proposes an innovative 24-month Phase II program to further develop high performance Type-II superlattice focal plane arrays on Silicon substrates up to 6-inches in diameter. The Type-II superlattice material system is capable of infrared detection from 2 to > 30 micron, depending on layer composition and thickness. Photodetector...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
Topic: SB072-043
Budget: 11/15/07 - 08/01/08

SVT Associates proposes a 6-month Phase I investigation to create high efficiency photovoltaic cells on silicon substrates through the use of multiple junction absorbing layers. The key technology to be investigated is the epitaxial growth of compound semiconductor on Si. Si substrates are favored for the low density, low cost, large area and m...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Missile Defense Agency
Topic: MDA05-007
Budget: 05/21/07 - 05/21/09

SVT Associates proposes an innovative atomic Hydrogen enhanced growth and surface preparation technique for high performance type-II superlattice focal plane array fabrication. This material system is capable of infrared detection from 2 to > 30 micron, depending on layer composition and thickness. Photodetector arrays using this material are o...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Missile Defense Agency
Topic: MDA06-016
Budget: 03/14/07 - 09/14/07

Hyperspectral imaging arrays offer far more data and the ability to discriminate objects being observed. Continued difficulties with applying HgCdTe materials, especially for LWIR, present an opportunity for the development of alternate materials. One such candidate for MWIR/LWIR photodetectors are InAsSb alloys and short period Type-II superla...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N06-166
Budget: 12/20/06 - 06/20/07

This Phase I effort seeks to improve the yield and quantum efficiency of GaAsP photocathodes by improved growth process and post-growth fabrication steps

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A06-122
Budget: 11/15/06 - 05/15/07

SVT Associates proposes an innovative application of several technologies to create device quality large diameter GaSb virtual substrates on Si. In combination with this GaSb/Si substrate, a novel arsenic isolation apparatus will be applied to Type-II superlattice (SL) growth for LWIR detector applications. Photodetector arrays using this mater...

Phase 2 STTR

Institution: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Agency: Army
Topic: A05-T008
Budget: 10/03/06 - 10/03/07

This STTR Phase II program is directed toward the development of a GaN-based hetrostructure filed effect transistor (HFET) for high-power mm-wave applications. The device makes use of a recently discovered impact ionization avalanche transit time (IMPATT)

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Missile Defense Agency
Topic: MDA03-074
Budget: 07/12/06 - 07/12/08

This Phase II program proposes a unique passivation process for infrared focal plane arrays. It entails the re-growth of isolating structures on the processed array that will passivate surface traps, leading to dramatically reduced surface-related transient effects and improved device performance. We shall team up with MDA designated partners to...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A04-048
Budget: 06/21/06 - 06/21/08

Aluminum gallium nitride (AlGaN) based high electron mobility transistors (HEMTs) have been demonstrated with superior characteristics that make them promising candidates for high-performance radar, communication and other advanced applications. Still, there remain performance and reproducibility related issues that must be addressed to achiev...

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