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S mall B usiness I nnovation R esearch. A Network/Bus Transceiver with Multi-Channel Fiber Optic Interconnects. Space Photonics, Inc., Fayetteville, AR (Original SBIR awarded to Optivision, Inc.). INNOVATIONS. Parallel Fiber Optic Transmitter (PFOTX) with up to 12-laser/fiber channels

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A network bus transceiver with multi channel fiber optic interconnects

Small

Business

Innovation

Research

A Network/Bus Transceiver with Multi-Channel Fiber Optic Interconnects

Space Photonics, Inc., Fayetteville, AR

(Original SBIR awarded to Optivision, Inc.)

INNOVATIONS

  • Parallel Fiber Optic Transmitter (PFOTX) with up to 12-laser/fiber channels

  • Parallel Fiber Optic Receiver (PFORX) with up to 12-photodiode/fiber channels

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

  • Radiation tolerant 1 Gbps point-to-point links using 8-bit-channels at 125 Mbps per channel

  • Individual PFOTX channels to 1 Gbps per channel

  • High density fiber ribbon and packaging interfaces

  • Laser and photodiode array devices capable of 2 Gbps per channel providing potential links as high as 24 Gbps aggregate bandwidth

COMMERCIALIZATION

  • A Phase III contract with NASA and DOD was awarded for the NASA EO-1 New Millenium Program

  • When Space Photonics was spun off as independently owned R&D company, it acquired rights to specified intellectual property, including PFO technology , by agreement between NASA and former parent

  • FireRing™ , successor technology developed in 1998 Phase II, has product releases scheduled for mid-2003

12-Channel Receiver PFORX

GOVERNMENT/SCIENCE APPLICATIONS

  • Government space systems

  • Goddard is exploring various ways to use this technology.

Points of Contact:

NASA - Phil Luers; 301-286-5777

Space Photonics - Chuck Chalfant; 501-575-5316

Goddard Space Flight Center

1994 Phase II; SS5-013; 9/02


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