Metamagnetics self-biased circulator technology was the highest ranked proposal for NASA’s Advanced Component Technologies Program (ACT) in 2014.
Rapid Innovation Fund (RIF)
The RIF funds further development of the Metamagnetics Auto-Tune Filter for next generation electronic warfare system protection.
NAVY – N152-081 Phase I
Magnectic Nanocomposites for Conformal HF to UHF Antennas
NAVY – N152-123 Phase I
Ferrite-Based Frequency Selective Limiter and Signal-to-Noise Enhancer for Interference Protection and Prevention in UHF SATCOM
NAVY – N141-060 Phase II
Flexible Solid Sate High Power Radio Frequency Pulsed Source
NASA 12-2 H9.02-9699 Phase II
Self-biased radiation hardened Ka-band circulators for size, weight and power restricted long-range space applications.
NAVSEA – N141-040 Phase I
Develop MMIC compatible RF high power switches for shipboard phased array radars that improve reliability at a lower cost.
NAVY – N141-060 Phase I
Flexible Solid State High Power Radio Frequency Pulsed Source
NAVY – N132-129 Phase I
Solid-state High-voltage Pulser for HPM Applications
NASA – 12-2-H9.02 Phase II, Phase I
Self-Biased Radiation Hardened Ka-Band Circulators for Size, Weight and Power Restricted Long Range Space Applications
NAVY – N131-031 Phase I
Ultra-fast Broadband Low-cost T/R Switches Based on Vanadium Dioxide Metal-insulator Transition Materials
ONR – N111-080 Phase II, Phase I
Develop and demonstrate electric field tunable multi-ferroic material based filters for C-band RF applications with state of the art tunability, loss and linearity.
NAVY – N102-167 Phase II, Phase I
Advanced ferrite materials for next generation high power microwave generation systems
NAVY – N101-075 Phase II, Phase I
Microwave meander-line microstrip ferrite phase shifters tunable with low power drives
NSF – IC-2010 Phase I
Ultra-low profile wideband metamaterial antennas based upon advanced textured ferrite materials
NSF – IC 2010 Phase I
Novel volumetric efficient design and packaging of a broadband integrated circulator antenna (BICA)
NAVY – N093-209 Phase I
Grain boundary engineering of high performance ferrite cores required for high frequency power electronic components
NAVY – N093-200 Phase I
Low loss self-biased ferrite materials for size and weight sensitive circulator applications requiring high power handling and high temperature stability