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Topic Information Award/Contract Number Proposal Information Company Performance
Period
Award/Contract
Value
Abstract

H-SB011.2-001
Low Power Tri-axial Acoustic Sensor

D11PC20241 DHS SBIR-2011.2-H-SB011.2-001-0007-I
(DHS SBIR-2011.2 Phase I)
Three Dimensional Acoustic Sensing Unit (3DASU)

Signal Systems Corporation
877 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd.
Suite 210
Severna Park, MD 21146-4716

10/15/2011
to
04/30/2012
$99,894.42

SSC proposes a low power tri-axial acoustic sensor that leverages our existing acoustic chambered design to provide a directional sensor that has high sensitivity, rugged construction with low power consumption. Our approach extends prototypes developed under DoD sponsorship, including DARPA, Army, Navy and Special Forces efforts. Our innovative chambered design provides a large physical aperture that includes novel wind noise reduction features without exposing sensitive microphone elements to the environment directly. The unit exhibits increasing acoustic gain at higher frequencies that help in classification of targets that have weak high frequency signature information.

H-SB011.2-001
Low Power Tri-axial Acoustic Sensor

D13PC00005 DHS SBIR-2011.2-H-SB011.2-001-0007-II
(DHS SBIR-2011.2 Phase II)
Three Dimensional Acoustic Sensing Unit (3DASU) Phase II

Signal Systems Corporation
877 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd.
Suite 210
Severna Park, MD 21146-4716

11/19/2012
to
10/31/2015
$749,984.35

SSC proposes a low power tri-axial acoustic sensor that leverages our existing acoustic chambered design to provide a directional sensor that has high sensitivity, rugged construction with low power consumption. Our approach extends prototypes developed under DoD sponsorship, including DARPA, Army, Navy and Special Forces efforts. Our innovative chambered design provides a large physical aperture that includes novel wind noise reduction features without exposing sensitive microphone elements to the environment directly. The unit exhibits increasing acoustic gain at higher frequencies that help in classification of targets that have weak high frequency signature information.