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Reconfigurable RF filters, Phase I

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Reconfigurable RF filters, Phase I
Space Micro proposes to build upon our existing space microelectronics and hardening technologies and products, to research and develop a novel rad hard/tolerant RF filter device, which is capable of long life in space. This will leverage emerging commercial semiconductor technology used in an innovative configuration to meet NASA's expanding communications needs. At the end of Phase 1 we will have demonstrated, both by analysis and limited lab testing of a prototype device, the technical feasibility.(TRL=3). In Phase 2 we will develop an engineering models of this RF device, and demonstrate electrically and also in relevant ground-based radiation simulators (Proton, heavy ion)- TRL=5-6 at end of Phase 2, and ready to launch as a standard Space Micro space IC product. More »

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