Developing novel electronics systems based on ultra-short pulse signals. Shorter pulses mean wider bandwidths, wider bandwidths mean more information in less time, less space and less power.

Sensors - Wireless - Radar


Rescue Radar


Systems on Chip (Radio shown)

chip on finger


R&D proof-of-principle prototypes demonstrated.


February 7, 2011
Impulse horn antenna demonstrated today operating from 2 - 20 GHz. Low dispersion....more...


Sepetember 8, 2010
MicroPower Radar flew aboard "Crisis EMS's"® (in conjunction with NASA Ames and Carnegie-Mellon) quadrotor UAV today....more...

July 8, 2010
Thirty MicroPower Radars were delivered to an advanced robotics program today. ....more...

May 12, 2010
Underground detection of human activity was advanced today by a new approach dubbed “fixed-range” radar....more...

January 27, 2010
Supersonic projectile tracked underground. As part of an endeavor to understand bunker penetrator deceleration physics, a newly designed ....more...

December 11, 2008
Ultra wideband microchip transmitter demonstrated today sufficient to enable USB II wireless data transmission at 480 Mbps in battery operated devices...more...

Jan 23, 2008
Perimeter detection radar was delivered to coalition forces in Iraq. Portable radar silently monitors high value assets and reports via a key-fob, as small as...more...


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