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Micromachined High-Temperature Sensors for Planet Exploration, Phase I

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Micromachined High-Temperature Sensors for Planet Exploration, Phase I
In phase I of the SBIR program, LEEOAT Company will develop, simulate, fabricate and test high-temperature piezoelectric miniature sensors (up to 800oC), for physical and geophysical measurements of pressure, force, acceleration and vibration on the surface of Venus and other planets. LEEOAT Company efforts will be focused on achieving high figure-of-merit sensors, that can in the long term reliably operate on the surface of Venus. Additionally, we will innovate the technology for the readout and communication of the measured data at shielded relay stations with intermediate temperatures. More »

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